BOSTON (Mar. 09. 2010) – LittleFoot Energy™, the Boston based commercial renewable and energy efficiency services company is offering a ride in Renew America Roadtrip’s Tesla Roadster, an all-electric sportscar, for those participating in their OnTrack Challenge™ during the NESEA BuildingEnergy10 show at the Boston Seaport World Trade Center on March 10th and 11th. To learn more about the OnTrack Challenge and to experience the excitement of the Roadster, please join Kevin Poulsen at 12 noon on Wednesday March 11th at Booth #903 for a discussion about LittleFoot Energy's approach to transitioning to next generation energy and to enter for a chance to win a ride in the Roadster.
“Little Foot Energy is excited to partner with the Renew America Roadtrip initiative to take advantage of the new synergies of entrepreneurship, performance and innovation created between our two companies,” said Kevin Poulsen, founder and CEO of LittleFoot Energy. “This is symbolic of the value proposition we offer our customers – better performance, accelerated results, with reduced dependence on fossil fuels.” The OnTrack Challenge represents a money-back guarantee by LittleFoot Energy for evaluating and accelerating delivery of energy improvement projects that meet or exceed the commercial building owner’s investment performance targets. To learn more about the OnTrack Challenge please visit www.littlefootinc.com/TeslaOnTrack.
The owner of the Tesla Motors Roadster, Michael L. Craner, co-founder of the Renew America Roadtrip, recently completed America's first green, charity drive coast-to-coast, providing compelling evidence that alternative energy doesn’t have to mean compromise. “We see strong alignment between the core principles of LittleFoot Energy and the Renew America Roadtrip. The zero-emission, pure-electric, high-performance luxury sports car with an uncompromising 0-60 in 3.9 seconds, 244 mile range per charge, and 125 mpg equivalent efficiency has been a valuable tool for raising awareness about energy efficiency and innovation.” To learn more about the Renew America Roadtrip and its upcoming Driving the Northeast Green! campaign, please join Michael Craner during a reception being held at NESEA show floor on Wednesday, March 10th at 5:30 pm.