Electrified truck stops let tired drivers turn off their diesel engines Long-haul trucking, however much our economy depends on it, is an environmental nightmare. For one thing, there's all the gasoline burned. For another, as a recent episode of The Daily Show revealed, there are the sealed bottles of pee truckers throw out their windows on the fly. As much as we'd like to write about that, in fact it's a third eco-sin -- long periods that diesel trucks spend idling, spewing particulate pollution into the air -- that's increasingly being addressed. In the Northeast, a growing network of electrified …
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