eNow to supply solar panels to IdleAir locations through new partnership

A new partnership will allow IdleAir to provide power to trucks at its locations through eNow’s solar panels.A new partnership will allow IdleAir to provide power to trucks at its locations through eNow’s solar panels.

A new partnership will allow truckstop electrification service IdleAir to utilize eNow’s solar technology for its hookups at truck stops and fleet terminals.

IdleAir, which supplies power to trucks without idling or running an APU, will now be able to use eNow’s solar panels to help provide the power instead of only traditional electricity.

More than 45 truck stops and fleet terminals in 17 states have IdleAir hookups, which can provide drivers with heat and air, 120-volt electricity, internet and TV service, according to IdleAir.

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