Shorepower is honored to be chosen to participate in the final rounds of the Pacific Northwest’s Clean Tech Open. This is the inaugural Pacific Northwest version of the national business plan competition — which started in California and has assisted more than 100 companies get off the ground. Shorepower is among 12 semi-finalists chosen from… Continue reading Shorepower Moves to Next Round in Clean Tech Open
Shorepower was named the overall winner of WPI Venture Forum‘s annual elevator pitch contest held June 9th. Joe Licari from Shorepower gave the presentation, which was held at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts. The Worcester Business Journal covered the event. The judging team for this year’s contest included industry heavyweights Justin Aborn, CTO & Chief… Continue reading Shorepower Wins Venture Pitch Contest – June 2009
The New York Times ran a story titled “Putting U.S. Trucking on a Diet.” The article describes the various idle reduction technologies available including Shorepower, which costs an average of $8,000 per space to build, half the cost of IdleAire. This is reflected in the cost of the service to truck drivers: $1 per hour… Continue reading New York Times – May 2009
Today’s Trucking magazine featured an article titled “Clean Power for a buck an hour.” Jeff Kim is quoted: “Each Shorepower connection comes in at a quarter of the cost of an ‘off board’ TSE [Truck Stop Electrification] parking space,” says the company’s chief operating officer Jeff Kim. “But that does not tell the whole story.… Continue reading Today’s Trucking – June 2008 – Clean Power
KATU, the Portland, Oregon ABC television affiliate covered the opening of Shorepower pedestals at Jubitz Travel Center. The story reports that the Shorepower pedestals allow truckers to run their refrigerator units, air conditioners and keep their engines warm in the winter. The power stations also offer cable television and WiFi Internet connection. The new pedestals… Continue reading ABC-TV Portland Affiliate – July 2007 – Jubitz Travel Center
The Portland Tribune covered the opening of Shorepower TSE pedestals at Jubitz Travel Center in Oregon. The article says this “will allow drivers to sleep in comfort at truck stops without burning diesel” and that “the use of all 160 ports would result in a reduction of about 8,000 tons of emitted carbon dioxide each… Continue reading Portland Tribune – July 2007 – Jubitz Travel Center
KATU-TV, the Portland Oregon ABC television affiliate ran an article about Shorepower (formerly Shurepower). The story describes Truck Stop Electrification and reports that for just $1 an hour, truckers at one of seven spots in Oregon and Washington are able to plug their trucks into an electricity port.