Shorepower Offers Convenient Plug-In Service Along Interstates

Posted on 8 October 2015

RVs now have more places than ever to plug in and use all the amenities that electricity provides - running HVAC, appliances and charging batteries. Oregon-based Shorepower Technologies offers convenient RV-style pedestals at 62 locations in 30 states (and growing) throughout the United States.

Whether you are traveling along Interstate 5 on the West Coast, Interstate 95 on the East Coast, or Interstate 80 through the midwest, you can access 120V-208V 20A and 30A power for your RV. These plug-in stations are located at truck stops, many of which also offer restaurants, fuel, wi-fi and convenience store items. The cost is $1/hour plus a $1 startup fee, so a 12-hour overnight session would only cost $13 - far less than most campgrounds.

And RVs only pay for the amount of power time they need. A map of locations and activation portal can be found at

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