ROUSH CleanTech, a leader of advanced clean transportation solutions based in Livonia, announced the addition of Natalia Swalnick as its director of government affairs and the promotion of Adam Wilkum to director of eMobility.
Chelsea Uphaus discusses the adverse health effects caused by operating diesel school buses. Uphaus cites that a huge majority of buses are diesel and expose kids and communities to dangerous chemicals, such as nitrogen oxides, particulate matter and carbon dioxide — all which hurt our health.
Earlier this summer, our founder Jack Roush contributed $1 million to support Eastern Michigan University’s mathematics and automotive programs. As an alum of EMU, Jack is a lifelong learner (and teacher) who has come full circle, from receiving his master’s degree in scientific mathematics to founding and chairing our company that is so heavily committed to technical excellence.
The 2021 Fleet Forward Conference, convening in person at the Hayes Mansion in San Jose Nov. 10-12, announces that Roush CleanTech will have its Class 6 Zero-Emission Battery Electric Vehicle for attendees to drive and experience. The truck is part of the conference’s Innovation in Motion — a new, interactive experience featuring EV ride and drives, technology displays, and autonomous vehicle demonstrations.
With well over two decades of advanced clean transportation expertise and more than 2 billion real-world miles, ROUSH CleanTech is expanding its team to assist with the transition of fleets to its electric vehicles (EV). The company is positioned to be a resource for its customers and to support its continued product development in the eMobility space.
Teaching kids about the environment from an early age starts lifelong habits and creates awareness about the way humans affect the Earth. Connecting those lessons to school is an easy way to reinforce how the whole family can make everyday changes that make a difference.