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The eighth annual Green Drives Conference and Expo was recently held at NIU Naperville’s campus, and attendees were revved up to see the alternative fuel solutions.
Clearly defining a goal, building a team and illustrating the innovation are a few of the suggestions laid out for agencies exploring deployment of HFC buses.
The zero-emissions bus was brought to Washington to promote the use of clean alternative fuel vehicles.
SARTA’s hydrogen powered bus, known as the blue bus, has set foot in Washington D.
But only for a visit, as officials from an Ohio public transit agency spread the word about zero emissions.
Alliance Middle School seventh-graders got a real-world look at alternative fuels when a Stark Area Regional Transit Authority hydrogen fuel cell-powered bus stopped by Thursday.
Because only a small percentage of our county’s overall population uses public transportation on a daily basis, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority’s position as a national leader in use of new technology and innovations can go underappreciated.
CLEVELAND, Ohio --The Stark Area Regional Transit Authority and the manufacturers of its 13 fuel cell-powered buses have launched a national promotion to persuade other transit authorities to switch to hydrogen fuel cells and show the public just how quiet and clean the buses are.
Program launched on National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day gives policy-makers, public opportunity to explore benefits of transformative technology.
Studies show hydrogen fuel cell-related industries could create 180,000 new jobs by 2020, 65,000 in Midwest
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Stark Area Regional Transit Authority, Love’s Travel Stops seek grant to build hydrogen fuel cell, electric, and CNG refueling facilities in Ohio and Michigan.
Looking to track your bus in real time? Check out SARTA’s innovative PinPoint system.
Here are some routes that service some of the popular destinations in Stark County.