Cruise Car to Exhibit All American Solar Electric Low Speed Vehicles at World Energy Engineering Congress in Washington, DC December 8–10
Cruise Car will be exhibiting their All American Solar Electric Low Speed Vehicles (LSV) at the 33rd World Energy Engineering Congress in Washington, DC December 8 – 10. In addition to being GSA Schedule-approved, Cruise Car All American Solar Electric LSV’s fulfill Executive Order 13514 energy and waste reduction mandates and allow most users to take their electric vehicle entirely off-the-grid.
Cruise Car, Inc., the leading supplier of solar electric low speed vehicles in the USA, announced today they will be exhibiting All American solar electric Low Speed Vehicles (http://www.cruisecarinc.com/vehicles.htm) at the 33rd World Energy Engineering Congress (http://www.energycongress.com) in Washington, DC December 8 – 10 at the Washington Convention Center.
In addition to exhibiting at booths 842 and 844, Cruise Car has donated a solar electric vehicle to the show organizer AEE Foundation to help raise money for the AEE 2010 Scholarship Foundation. (http://www.aeecenter.org/cruisecar)
Cruise Car All American LSV’s are engineered and manufactured in the United States utilizing up to 50% recycled or certified re-manufactured parts and materials and are covered by a new vehicle warranty. They are GSA Schedule-approved and meet the requirements of Executive Order 13514 mandating that government agencies meet a number of energy, water and waste reduction targets, including a 30% reduction in vehicle fleet petroleum use by 2020 and a 50% recycling and waste diversion by 2015.
Cruise Car has received orders from many branches of government as they work to attain these aggressive sustainability goals. The All American is available in 15 configurations accommodating from 2 to 14 passengers as well as cargo and utility capabilities, and Cruise Car designs custom versions to meet specific facility transportation requirements.
“Operationally our All American’s are perfect for large LSV fleet environments because they are reliable, will not rust and use standardized interchangeable parts available worldwide. The solar benefit is constant daytime charging and extended driving range and battery life, the sustainability benefit is the use of over 50% recycled and remanufactured components – and we are building them in the United States,” stated Adam Sulimirski, Cruise Car General Manager. “In addition, dependent upon location most users driving under ten miles daily are reporting that they are able to take their All American’s totally off the grid, requiring no external power after the initial charge.”
The All American chassis is a welded aluminum space frame with custom aluminum-alloy extrusions, making it rustproof and providing unsurpassed legroom and vehicle configuration options. By combining lightweight aluminum construction with state of the art solar technology, the All American maximizes ROI and driving distances between charges while significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions. For users interested in fleet leasing, Cruise Car offers aggressive lease programs for all solarized Cruise Cars with no usage limitations.
A free Exhibits Show Pass for the 33rd World Energy Engineering Congress is available at https://www.aeeprograms.com/shows/pass.htm
Cruise Car is the market leader for a full line of unique solar electric transport solutions ideal for planned communities, golf courses, college campuses, municipalities, military bases, corporate parks, resorts, federal agencies and all owners of fleet vehicles that seek to improve the efficiency of their transportation systems. For more information contact Adam Sulimirski at Cruise Car by phone at 941-929-1630, via e-mail at info(at)cruisecarinc(dot)com or online at http://www.cruisecarinc.com.