Two Nebraska truck stops have become part of a small but growing network of centers across the country providing plug-in electricity to truckers who stop there. Shoemaker's Travel Center at Southwest 48th and West O streets in Lincoln and Sapp Bros. Travel Center at Interstate 80 and Nebraska 50 in Omaha recently unveiled Shorepower Technologies' truck stop electrification systems.
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