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Dec 5 2016

California Energy Commision Blog

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Earlier this year, the City of Gardena took five of its old, fossil fuel-driven buses off the street, sent them 60 miles away and waited. A few months later and almost like magic, the first of the buses rolled back into town looking brand new and quietly gliding along on a clean energy all-electric power train. For the full story, click here.

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