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Sustainability Forum: Beverly’s Electric School Bus Program Leads the Way to Carbon-Free Transportation

  • 14 Oct 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting
  • 100


Following up on the theme of the recent “National Drive Electric Week”, our October event will feature Matt Stanberry from Highland Electric Fleets who will review Beverly’s electric school bus program and update us on their experiences after the first year of real-world operation.


Matt Stanberry,  Managing Director, Market Development - Highland Electric Fleets

Matt runs market development for Highland Electric Fleets in which he oversees go to market strategy, market and technology research, and policy development. Prior to joining Highland, Matt was part of the startup team behind the cleantech business association Advanced Energy Economy (AEE), where he built regulatory and legislative programs around transportation electrification, public utility commission policy, federal climate policy, and clean energy industry analysis. Before joining AEE, Matt was a consultant within Navigant's Energy Practice and ICF International, where he focused on emerging technology market assessment, business strategy development, project development, and environmental impacts. He holds a Bachelors degree from Duke University and a Masters in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University.

Company Description: 

Highland Electric Fleets is a comprehensive turnkey solutions provider that delivers electric school buses (EVSB) to school districts and third-party managed fleet providers (3PMs). We offer a model involving financing, infrastructure, vehicle deployment, and maintenance in an easily digestible, economic format that enables EVSB acquisition at traditional diesel cost of ownership. Our mission is to eliminate the barriers to better student health and cleaner air. We aim to mitigate risk for our customers, increase EVSB market penetration, and deliver positive impacts across a broad spectrum of stakeholders: students, communities, school districts, fleet operators, manufacturers, and utilities.

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