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Sacramento Provides Power so Truckers Can Plug In and Avoid Idling

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) program manager David Hatfield inspects newly installed “shore power” electric hookups at the Sacramento 49er Travel Plaza, a truckstop near the interchange of Interstates 80 and 5. By providing utility power where big rig drivers spend their rest period, truckers can plug in their rigs to electrical outlets and avoid idling their engines.

By SMUD News Media

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District is working with truckers and truck stop operators to achieve a clean-air alternative to truck idling. By providing utility power where big rig drivers spend their rest period, truckers can plug in their rigs to electrical outlets and avoid idling their engines.

Tags: Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Idle Reduction, Shorepower

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