Idleair opens at Pilot Flying J stops in Georgia, Tennessee

| November 16, 2011

Electric shore power provided by Idleair is newly available at travel centers in Dalton, Ga., off I-75 at exit 326, and in White Pine, Tenn., off I-81 at exit 4, Pilot Flying J travel centers announced.

Limited free service for the shore power is being offered through Nov. 30 and, following that, a discount of $1.25 per hour will be available through Dec. 31.

The White Pine site features a solar panel array that generates 50 percent of that IdleAir location’s daytime electricity needs, Idleair CEO Ethan Garber said.

The shore power provider operates 23 sites in nine states and is planning to open more next year.

For details, visit IdleAir and Pilot Flying J.




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