IdleAIR

Electrification of truck stop spaces revives

As fuel prices spiked in 2007-08, a large majority of truckers' anti-idling interest was focused on dedicated auxiliary power units, which market expanded dramatically with a profusion of new manufacturers. This time around, with the economy still somewhat shaky, owner-operator and fleet interest in up-front investment in full-function APU technology may be taking a back seat infrastructure improvements and use of electrified truckstop parking space services when needed. For operators who don't already have APUs, ...

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Revamped IdleAir plans expansion

Electrification services will expand from 21 sites currently in operation to 100 by the end of 2013 with more expansion planned, the company says.

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IdleAir opens sites in Texas, Pa.

Shorepower provider IdleAir has opened locations in Shepherd, Texas, and Claysville, Pa. The Claysville, Pa., stop is at exit six off I-70, and the Texas stop is on Highway 59, north of Houston. IdleAir Premium service is $1.99 per hour plus tax for the first 10 hours, after which the price drops to $1.25 per hour.

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Truck stop electrification expands at several locations

Electrification was installed at truck stops in Tennessee, New York, Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania and Oregon.

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IdleAir offering free service Tuesdays in March

Free service from electric shore power provider IdleAir will be available at nine locations every Tuesday in March, the company announced

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IdleAire changes name to IdleAIR

IdleAIR provides electrification at 16 truck stops and plans to have the service at six additional locations.

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