New charging facilities for refrigerated road transport at ConeygarthMarinka Van den Hooven
New Charging Facilities at Exelby Coneygarth
Six dedicated charging bays for refrigerated road transport have been opened at the secure truck park of Exelby Coneygarth on the A1(M).
Managing director Rob Exelby explains, “we are operating a modern and secure truck park at Junction 51 on the A1(M). Noisy and polluting diesel generators are a real nuisance for drivers at night. By installing these new NomadPower hook up power facilities we are reducing noise and pollution levels at the parking. This fits our strategy to operate one of the best truck parks in the UK and together work towards sustainable road transport”.
Hans Bevers of NomadPower adds, “We are excited to work with Exelby Services and opening our first location with them in the UK. We are now offering NomadPower at 8 large truck parks in the UK and are expecting to add several more locations later this year”.
NomadPower (a service of the Seijsener – Involtum consortium) operates a fast growing network of electricity supply at truck parks across Europe. With 225 power sockets across 50 locations in Europe, it is the largest charging network for refrigerated road transport. “Our clients are experiencing the benefits of switching off the gen sets and running the cool units on electricity on a daily basis. Less noise at night for drivers, cheaper than running on diesel and clean air for us all”.
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