truck stop electrification

IdleAir plans growth with $7 million infusion

IdleAir has secured $7 million of growth financing and plans to add five more locations this year and 15 more in 2013, said Ethan Garber, chief executive officer.

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Online event on truck stop electrification planned

The presentation by Shorepower Technologies and Cascade Sierra Solutions is scheduled for Nov. 15.

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Pilot Flying J to add electrification at 6 truck stops

Shorepower Technologies will install power pedestals in Bakersfield, Dunnigan, Lebec, Lodi and Weed in California, and in Dallas.

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Shoemaker’s offers electrified parking spots

The Linoln, Neb., travel center is one of a planned 50 truck stops to add electrification under a federal program.

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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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Overdrive editor to discuss electrification

Truth About Trucking Live show will focus on trend to power up at truck stops Sept. 1.

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Plugged In

In an era of idling prohibitions and $4 fuel, the power switch is back on for truck stop electrification.

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Shorepower seeks truck stops for electrification

Company wants truck stops with at least 75 parking spaces to participate in a national program to reduce idling.

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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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Electrified truck stop opens

Baker Truck Corral is first truck stop as part of the national STEP program funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.

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