Ronn Motor Company (RNNM.PK) Engages Potomac Strategic Development Group to Pursue Local, State and Federal Grants, Loans and ContractsMonday, May 4th, 2009
Ronn Motor Company, Inc. announced that it has chosen Potomac Strategic Development Group as its representatives to the United States Federal Government for the monitoring and development of public sector opportunities at the state and federal level. Ronn Motors’ public affairs strategy will be focused on pursuing government sponsored appropriations and contracts.
Lance Carcill, Potomac Strategic Development Group partner, stated, “With massive increases in federal spending and the broad momentum for green and alternative fuel initiatives at the federal and state level, opportunities for support are numerous and substantial. In many respects, the political environment in which Ronn Motors will be operating is far more favorable than that which was faced by most companies.”
The Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) is focused on strengthening the United States’ energy security, environmental quality, and economic vitality in public-private partnerships. The Department of Energy’s Hydrogen Program includes activities conducted under four DOE offices, including EERE, Fossil Energy, Nuclear Energy, and Basic Science. This program, coupled with other elements of the Advanced Energy Initiative, has the purpose of getting our nation to a ‘diverse, secure, and emissions-free energy future.’
Ronn Maxwell, CEO of Ronn Motor Company, commented, “Securing a relationship with Potomac Strategic Development Group will aid significantly to Ronn Motors overall short term impact and long term presence in the alternative energy automotive markets by taking advantage of local, state and federal grants, loans and contracts. We believe the Potomac Strategic team is considered to be one of the most successful groups of government and industry professionals presently assembled. They have an average of seventeen years in the federal, local, and state advocacy field, as well as domestic and international business development.”
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