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Warwick’s eNow partnership creates commercial zero-emission refrigerated truck trailers

WARWICK – Warwick-based eNow, which manufactures mobile solar-power solutions for the transportation industry, has teamed up with Wabash National, which produces semi-trailers, to offer...

RIPTA adds solar panels to 33 buses

PROVIDENCE – Roof-mounted solar panels now top 33 of the R.I. Public Transit Authority’s buses thanks to a partnership with R.I. Commerce Corp. and...
THE R.I. PUBLIC Transit Authority has added solar panels to 33 of its buses. / COURTESY R.I. PUBLIC TRANSIT AUTHORITY

RIPTA adds solar panels to 33 buses

PROVIDENCE – Roof-mounted solar panels now top 33 of the R.I. Public Transit Authority’s buses thanks to a partnership with R.I. Commerce Corp. and...
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING has named eNow's solar-electric refrigeration system for tractor trailers one of its top products of the year. / COURTESY ENOW

ENow wins award from Heavy Duty Trucking magazine

WARWICK – Heavy Duty Trucking magazine awarded renewable-energy system company eNow’s solar-electric system for tractor-trailers one if its top 20 products of the year,...
THE REFRIGERATED delivery truck pictured above is equipped with eNow's new zero-emissions Rayfrigeration unit, powered by photovoltaic solar panels mounted on the vehicle's roof. / COURTESY eNOW

First zero-emissions transport refrigeration unit unveiled by eNow

WARWICK – Renewable-energy company eNow announced a new solar-powered refrigeration unit last week that has been declared the first zero-emissions unit for the urban...
MESILLA VALLEY TRANSPORTATION, a transportation company headquartered in El Paso, Texas, has purchased close to 1,000 auxiliary solar-power systems for its fleet of Navistar trucks from Warwick-based renewable-energy company eNow. /COURTESY MESILLA VALLEY TRANSPORTATION

Mesilla Valley Transportation invests in eNow solar power

WARWICK – Mesilla Valley Transportation, a transportation company headquartered in El Paso, Texas, has purchased close to 1,000 auxiliary solar-power systems for its fleet...

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