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Your First Stop for School Bus Electrification


Electric school buses can be a great way to care for your students, their communities and our environment, but it is far more complicated than just buying a bus and plugging it into the wall. Essential planning must occur to ensure your electric fleet has the least impact on the environment, while providing the biggest cost savings for your district.


To ensure your district realizes the maximum benefits of electrification, First Student has partnered with NextEra Energy Resources. This partnership creates a turnkey solution for school districts large and small to add electric school buses, or to electrify large portions of their fleets. Together, we have developed a roadmap, and we will partner with you at every step.


First Student Roadmap to Electrification


Assess Power Supply & Feasibility


Select Bus & Charger


Optimize Routing to Accommodate Electric Buses


Management of Total Operation


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Determine Feasibility & Perform Geographic Analysis


Identify & Capture All Incentives


Determine Battery


Requirements


Design & Install


Infrastructure


To learn more, get in touch with us at: electrification@firststudentinc.com


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