Identifying the right business model is a critical part of transitioning to electric school buses. Our guide lays it all out for you.
Electrifying school buses presents districts with the opportunity to assess their existing arrangement of roles, responsibilities and costs – in other words, their business models – and consider a bevy of new options that have emerged in the school transportation market.
This guide defines key electric school bus roles and presents benefits and considerations that districts can weigh when assigning responsibility for each role. It then lays out a framework for the business models that result from assignment of these roles. Key questions to guide discussions are provided at the end.
For additional context as well as further discussion of why electrification poses an opportunity to reconsider school transportation business models, please refer to our All About Electric School Bus Business Models page.
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