TravelCenters adds anti-idling technology

TravelCenters of America (TA) is planning to install idle-reduction technology in at least 50 of its full-service travel facilities over the next 15 months. Through a partnership with IldeAire Technologies, TA has already put that company's Advanced Travel Center Electrification (ATE) shore power system in a number of centers, including sites in Maryland, New Jersey and Texas. The ATE system makes

TravelCenters of America (TA) is planning to install idle-reduction technology in at least 50 of its full-service travel facilities over the next 15 months. Through a partnership with IldeAire Technologies, TA has already put that company's Advanced Travel Center Electrification (ATE) shore power system in a number of centers, including sites in Maryland, New Jersey and Texas.

The ATE system makes it possible for drivers to stay in their cabs and operate heating or a/c, as well as phones, computers and entertainment devices, without running the truck engine.
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