Driving Home Code Requirements for Electrified Truck Spaces

Driving Home Code Requirements for Electrified Truck Spaces

What are the requirements for installing systems that supply power to the transport refrigerated units and trucks when they’re parked?

As that semi-tractor trailer barrels down the interstate with its load of frozen meat, the truck’s charging system supplies power to the chiller. But what happens when the trucker pulls in for the night? It’s not secure or efficient to run the truck engine all night just to power the transport refrigerated unit (TRU). And many trucks have small sleeping quarters; running the engine just to provide power to run a television or small appliance seems wasteful. The solution to these problem

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