Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) November 10, 2010
TrickleStar, a leader in energy efficiency products, working in conjunction with New York utilities and NYSERDA has launched a program to help stop vampire power and reduce the cost of energy saving products for consumers in New York State. The incentives from participating utilities allow TrickleStar to offer savings up to 45% off normal pricing to NY consumers.
TrickleStar is actively looking for retailers to partner with to take this program to consumers in New York. To encourage retailers to sign up, TrickleStar is offering a "one time" Buy 6 Get 6 Free introductory offer for retailers who sign up before 14 December. "This is a great opportunity for retailers to establish a new category that offers a tremendous value to their customers with a company that has a comprehensive portfolio of energy saving products," said Spencer Lee, TrickleStar VP of Sales & Marketing.
According to TrickleStar CEO, Bernard Emby, "Saving energy and doing your part to reduce your carbon footprint are now easier and more affordable than ever."
For retailers who are interested to participate or would like more information, please contact:
VP of Sales & Marketing
Founded in 2007, TrickleStar leads in the design and manufacture of products that conserve energy, improve people’s lives and minimize environmental impact. With offices in Asia, Denmark and the United States, TrickleStar is taking its products, and its energy conservation message, around the world. Our products help reduce electricity bills, saving our customers money while reducing their carbon footprints. You can view and purchase them at http://www.tricklestar.com, as well as through a network of major distributors, resellers, superstores and electrical utilities.
ABOUT VAMPIRE POWER
Vampire power or standby power in particular is an area for significant savings. Various studies estimate that vampire power accounts for 8-12% of total US household energy consumption and costs US consumers $4 billion / year. Energy efficiency is becoming recognized an alternative fuel source. It is cheap, abundant and readily accessible.