Proterra

Proterra is a designer and manufacturer of zero-emission, battery-electric buses that help eliminate fossil fuel dependency and reduce costs. The Company offers EcoRide, a battery electric and zero-emissions bus, and Catalyst, an electric transit vehicle. It also provides TerraFlex, an energy system, enabling customers to select amount and type of energy storage to meet specific route requirements; TerraVolt, an extended range battery; on-route and in-depot charging services, financing solutions, route simulation analysis, battery lifecycle management and standard warranty services.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Burlingame, US
Founded
2004
Size (employees)
268 (est)+2%
Proterra was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Burlingame, US

Key People/Management at Proterra

Amy Ard

Amy Ard

Chief Financial Officer
Gary Horvat

Gary Horvat

Chief Technology Officer
Josh Ensign

Josh Ensign

Chief Operating Officer
Jack Allen

Jack Allen

Board Member
Gregory Pratt

Gregory Pratt

Board Member
Mike Smith

Mike Smith

Board Member
Jennifer Granholm

Jennifer Granholm

Board Member
Brook Porter

Brook Porter

Board Member
Rob Johnson

Rob Johnson

Chairman of the Board
Alisa Do

Alisa Do

Board Advisor
Ryan Popple

Ryan Popple

Board Member, President and CEO
Jon Lauckner

Jon Lauckner

Board Advisor
Gary Zieses

Gary Zieses

Chief Human Resources Officer
Matt Horton

Matt Horton

Chief Commercial Officer
Joann Covington

Joann Covington

Chief Legal Officer & Head of Government Relations

Proterra Office Locations

Proterra has offices in Burlingame, Greenville and City of Industry
Burlingame, US (HQ)
1815 Rollins Road
City of Industry, US
383 Cheryl Lane
Greenville, US
1 Whitlee Ct
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Proterra News and Updates

North America’s largest transit system is the acid test for electric buses

Compared with other bus system’s in North America, New York City’s is gigantic. It daily serves over two million passengers across all five boroughs with…

Yosemite National Park Orders 2 All-Electric Proterra Buses, First National Park In US To Do So

Yosemite National Park has now become the first national park in the US to add all-electric buses to its permanent shuttle fleet, following its order from the US-based electric bus supplier Proterra for two Catalyst buses

San José International Airport Buys 10 All-Electric Catalyst E2 Transit Buses From Proterra

The US-based electric bus manufacturer Proterra has received an order for 10 all-electric Catalyst E2 transit buses and associated charging infrastructure, to be used at the Norman Y Mineta San José International Airport in California

Greensboro Transit Authority (North Carolina) Purchasing 4 All-Electric Buses From Proterra

North Carolina's Greensboro Transit Authority (GTA) will be moving forward with the purchase of 4 all-electric 40-foot Proterra buses

Electric Bus Startup Breaks World Distance Record for Electric Vehicles

Proterra's new electric bus is scheduled to hit the streets of Los Angeles later this year

Goodbye, diesel: Proterra claims its electric bus just drove over 1,000 miles on one charge

Smelly, loud, gas-guzzling busses might not be around for much longer — not with all-electric busses that can drive for over one thousand miles on a single charge already on the road.  Electric bus maker Proterra claims that its heavy-duty, battery-powered Catalyst E2 max bus set a new world recor…
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