Duke Energy to Install Anti-Idling System at North Carolina Truck Stop
Duke Energy will spend $300,000 to install a system at a truck stop off Interstate 95 in Kenly, N.C., that will let truckers plug their rigs in rather than let their diesel engines idle.
eNow Announces Strategic Partnership With IdleAir
Renewable energy provider eNow announced a strategic partnership with IdleAir, whose grid-powered approach to provide longhaul truck drivers an alternative to idling their engines during rest periods will now be enhanced by eNow’s solar panels.December 13, 2016
IdleAir Rolls Out New Terminals, Partnerships
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Truck stop electrification and air conditioning provider IdleAir announced it is opening three new U.S. locations, that it has formed partnerships with other trucking vendors and electric utilities, and that it is implementing new price offerings.
IdleAir to Add Spots at 13 Centers; Open Four New Locations
IdleAir, which provides anti-idling equipment at truck stops, said it will open four new locations and in Pennsylvania and Texas and will be adding 100 new spots in 13 existing locations.July 9, 2012
IdleAir Execs Defend Idle-Reduction Product After Criticism From TravelCenters CEO
Executives of IdleAir, a truck stop idle-reduction equipment operator, defended their service after sharp criticism from the company’s former largest landlord.March 14, 2011
IdleAIR Changes Name, Opens More Sites
IdleAIR, which provides anti-idling equipment at truck stops, has changed its name from IdleAire and opened 16 U.S. locations since reorganizing under a third owner.November 11, 2010
IdleAire Reopens 10 Locations
The IdleAire nationwide truck-stop electrification network is back in business on a smaller scale with 10 operating locations, its new chief executive officer said.August 30, 2010
IdleAire to Reopen at 23 Locations
IdleAire Inc. said that it will reopen its idle-reduction facilities at 23 truck stops after ceasing operations in January.May 17, 2010