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Efficient Drivetrains announces availability of its EDI PowerDrive 4000ev

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Efficient Drivetrains, Inc. (EDI), a company providing advanced high-efficiency zero emissions plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle drivetrain solutions, announced the availability of its EDI PowerDrive 4000ev, ideally suited for Type-A school buses.
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Efficient Drivetrains, Inc. (EDI), a company providing advanced high-efficiency zero emissions plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle drivetrain solutions, announced the availability of its EDI PowerDrive 4000ev, ideally suited for Type-A school buses.

The Class-4 offering rounds out the company's all-electric school bus solution portfolio, spanning the full spectrum for Type C, D, and A, in the North American market.

Traditional vehicles deployed each morning and afternoon expose students and the surrounding community to 15 times more mobile particulates than their cleaner, electrified counterparts. Overall, the industry is accelerating the adoption of zero-emissions buses to improve air quality and reduce exposing children and local communities to toxic emissions.

Paired with available government subsidy and incentive programs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, school districts can now benefit from low cost of ownership and sustainable transport for its students.

EDI has already made strides in the electrification of the school bus market, working with top OEMs to provide its EDI PowerDrive solution as a vehicle electrification kit and developer's support program. The EDI PowerDrive electrification kit enables school bus manufacturers to rapidly bring EV solutions to market, and includes a high-efficiency drivetrain-the EDI PowerDrive, vehicle control and telematics software-EDI PowerSuite, and the requisite training and support infrastructure to stand up production lines. To accelerate market introductions, EDI is also available to install the powertrain systems and perform vehicle integration as a service for OEMs as they bring solutions to market.

The company's all-electric powertrain, the EDI PowerDrive 7000ev is HVIP certified on leading OEM platforms for Type C and D buses, with Type A following later this year. By integrating EDI's drivetrain and vehicle control software into school bus platforms, OEMs can offer fleet operators the benefit of zero-emissions driving, significant reduction in fuel costs, and reduced total cost of ownership. Bus drivers operating the vehicle will continue to experience a standard driving experience, all the expected full power vehicle performance of the OEM, while eliminating harmful emissions.


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