SOURCE: Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc.

February 08, 2007 09:15 ET

Alternate Energy Holdings (AEHI) Signs Land Purchase Agreement for Idaho Nuclear Construction

LYNCHBURG, VA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 8, 2007 -- Alternate Energy Holdings (PINKSHEETS: AEHI) announced a land purchase agreement, signed February 1, 2007, with an Idaho farmer for 4000 acres located on the Snake River in southeastern Idaho. Pending completion of the purchase, the land will be used as the construction site of the company's proposed 1600 Megawatt light water nuclear reactor. As Idaho's first large commercial nuclear power plant, this site will provide electricity for local farm irrigation and the state power grid, as well as sell power in the national energy market to assist with the region's energy supply needs.

About Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc.

Alternate Energy Holdings actively develops and markets innovative clean energy sources to reduce dependence on foreign energy sources. Current projects include nuclear construction, an economical and environmentally friendly fuel additive that will reduce the cost of natural gas energy production by 25% to 40%, marketable lightning harvesting technology for electricity production, coal to diesel fuel conversion, carbon dioxide removal from gas turbine exhaust, and urban mini-reactors for safe, compact power generation.

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