NBC-12 television, the NBC affiliate in Richmond, Virginia, posted a story and video about the newly available Shorepower charging station at the New Kent County rest stop on Interstate 64 between milepost 214 and 213 in Virginia (just west of the intersection and ramp at 214 which is Route 155, also known as Courthouse Rd.).… Continue reading NBC-12 TV (Richmond, VA) – October 2009
News 14 Carolina produced a story (with video) about the recent opening of Shorepower at Big Boys Truck Stop in Kenly, NC. “We expect this to grow across the United States now as the cost of fuel goes up and more and more people recognize of not idling their vehicles,” Frank Bio, product manager for… Continue reading News 14 Carolina – October 2009
The Raleigh, NC affiliate of NBC Television (NBC-17) produced a story about the grand opening of Shorepower Truck Stop Electrification service at Big Boy’s Truck Stop in Kenly, NC.
TruckingInfo.com, a daily news and in-depth information source on equipment, operations, regulations, environmental issues for the trucking industry, published a story about the grand opening of Shorepower at Big Boy’s Truck Stop in Kenly, NC. “We believe that even a local, family-owned truckstop can take the initiative to make a difference in this world,” said… Continue reading TruckingInfo.com – October 2009
The Selma News, local newspaper of Kenly, North Carolina, reports on the grand opening of Shorepower at Big Boy’s Truck Stop – the first in the southeast to have electrification pedestals for truckers. The project came about through a partnership between Big Boy’s, ShorePower Technologies, Advanced Energy, and the North Carolina Solar Center of NC… Continue reading The Selma News – October 2009
South Carolina Now, the online newspaper of the Pee Dee and Grand Strand, South Carolina regions, writes about Progress Energy and their involvement with transportation electrification. “On Oct. 20, Progress Energy helped unveil the East Coast’s first ShorePower truck stop electrification stations at Big Boys Truck Stop in Kenly, N.C. These electrification stations will reduce… Continue reading South Carolina Now – October 2009