SOURCE: BioCentric Energy, Inc.

June 08, 2007 08:00 ET

BioCentric Energy & Sustainable Power Corp Explore New Energy Feedstocks

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA--(Marketwire - June 8, 2007) - BioCentric Energy, Inc. (BCEI) announces today that arrangements have been completed to ship large quantities (20,000 pounds of each) of low or negative value feedstocks to Sustainable Power Corp (PINKSHEETS: SSTP) in Natchez, Mississippi. The two feedstocks are ethanol slag (DDGS), and Automobile 'Fluff.'

Ethanol plants, at great expense, traditionally dry the left over by-product from processing which in turn is sold at roughly $150.00 per ton, as livestock feed. Similarly, Auto 'Fluff' is the left over remnants from the dismantling process of motor vehicles. Dismantlers presently mix Fluff with neutralizing compounds prior to this concoction being transported to landfills for disposal; all at tremendous costs, not only to the company, but also to our environment. These two separate high-volume tests will provide BCEI further information for evaluation purposes beyond the preliminary tests ran last week on both feedstocks. BCEI was present when each feedstock was separately tested through the 'Rivera Process,' which produced amazing preliminary results.

Bench Results -- Specifics of Testing

Mass submitted    Feedstock Utilized             Carbon   Liquid   Biogas
--------------    ---------------------------    ------   ------   ------
20 pounds         50% DDGS & 50% Raw Soy Bean     5.16*    10.83*   4.01*

20 pounds         Random Sample of Auto Fluff     8.02*     5.15*   6.83*

*Awaiting independent laboratory analysis results
BioCentric Energy acknowledges that with the utilization of these feedstocks, each with its own characteristics, requires back end solutions that are not insurmountable. The bottom line is present biofuel technologies; whether for the production of Ethanol or Biodiesel, suffer from the escalating costs of their respective feedstocks. For instance, Soy Oil has become cost prohibitive for the production of biodiesel, even with blender credits.

Jack Tortorice of BioCentric Energy stated, "We have indeed witnessed this unique Rivera Process of Hydrolysis/Pyrolysis and know it as a cost effective paradigm in the biofuels arena. BCEI has a fiduciary responsibility to our investors to further define and verify this technological process." Mr. Tortorice continued, "We will be accompanied by Paul McGuire, who has 40 years of providing energy solutions including seven years of managing the largest nuclear power station in the country, and a rich history of Pyrolysis, and Plasma Gasification on site to monitor the entire procedure. Also, we will video tape the process which will empower our potential new investors to make an informed and educated decision as to their next steps together with BCEI."

About BioCentric Energy Incorporated

Our team has spent considerable time and treasure in the research and development to deliver energy to our country from low, no or negative value feedstocks. The BCEI focus is on the energy business origination and the outsourcing of the actual technological development, design, engineering, and construction functions of the build out of the facility are entrusted to our partners.

About Sustainable Power Corp

Sustainable Power Corp is an international green energy service provider focused on environmentally safe power generation. The company has the exclusive rights to develop and manage a portfolio of green power plants utilizing the USSEC biofuel discovery, a renewable fuel source able to be produced from one-fifth of the soybean acreage traditionally associated with biodiesel. For more information please visit

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