Monthly Archives: November 2018
ROUSH CleanTech hosted its third of three roadshows this week to showcase its new near-zero emissions, propane-powered school buses that are now available to school districts. Presentations were highlighted by a plan to increase the California Sales Tax. Top ROUSH executives and school district officials attended, as well as some government officials, including Joseph K. Lyou, Ph.D., a governor’s appointee member of the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Governing Board. He is also president and CEO of the Los Angeles-based Coalition for Clean Air, which was founded in 1971.
11.08.18 — ROUSH CleanTech, an alternative-fuel technology company, revealed that its 0.02 grams per brake horsepower-hour engine can operate on renewable propane.
Staff representing Pittsburg Unified School District (PUSD) returned this week from the Green California School Summit in Pasadena, CA where the school district received two awards for green efforts, sustainability solutions, and Zero Net Energy projects. The awards received are the “2018 Green California Schools & Community Colleges Leadership Award” and the “2018 Zero Net Energy Green California Schools and Community Colleges Leadership Award.”