Warwick, RI. (February 17, 2014) – 2014 is off to an exciting start for eNow, Inc. as the company gains national accolades for its innovative solar powered anti-idling systems.

eNow’s eCharge solar powered anti-idling system has been named one of HDT’s 2014 Top 20. HDT is a leading voice on issues and trends in the trucking industry. The Top 20 award is given to innovative products and equipment with potential to address significant industry issues and to improve a trucking operation’s bottom line.

“We are gratified that HDT has recognized our solar technology as a cost effective solution to reduce fuel costs and emissions,” said Jeff Flath, eNow CEO. “Being selected from among equipment manufacturers nationwide is a great honor,” Flath said.
The HDT award comes on the heels of other national recognition of eNow’s innovative solar technology:

• eNow was named one of the five most innovative solar power companies by the Solar Power Generation Congress, a gathering of more than 300 solar industry professionals in California.

• A recent report on the American Trucking Association’s Future Truck Program by www.truckinginfo.com referred to eNow’s solar powered anti-idling technology as a possible standard feature in response to the industry’s top priority to see improved fuel efficiency on trucks in the future.

• Fuel cost savings demonstrated by eNow systems in use by Arpin Van Lines are featured in a recent edition of Directions, the magazine of the American Moving and Storage Association. The Arpin demonstration showed that under a variety of weather conditions eNow systems yielded an 18-month payback and subsequent annual fuel savings of $8,000 to $12,000 per vehicle.

Reflecting on the recent recognition Flath said, “When one of our systems helps a company reduce their fuel use, they save money and the environment is better off.  As more companies learn about the capabilities of our systems, we believe they will see eNow as a solution to help improve their operations.”

eNow will continue getting the word out to the industry by participating in the NTEA Green Truck Summit and Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, Indiana beginning March 4th.