SOURCE: Amazonica Corp.

November 12, 2013 09:00 ET

Amazonica Corp. Announces Agreement With U.S. Based CRDF (Civilian Research And Development Foundation) to Provide Financial Management and Administrative Support for Ultra Pure Hydrogen Project

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Nov 12, 2013) - Amazonica Corp. (OTCQB: AMZZ) (OTCBB: AMZZ) ("Amazonica" or the "Company"), is pleased to announce that it has completed an agreement with the U.S. based Civilian Research And Development Foundation (CRDF) to provide financial management and administrative support for its ultra pure, low cost hydrogen technology.

CRDF Global is an independent nonprofit organization that promotes international scientific and technical collaboration through grants, technical resources, training and services. CRDF Global is based in Arlington, Virginia with offices in Moscow, Russia; Kyiv, Ukraine; Almaty, Kazakhstan; and Amman, Jordan. Their vision is to promote peace and prosperity through international science collaboration.

They provide cooperative research and development (R&D) opportunities that enable scientists and engineers to address critical security, economic, education and other societal needs. Advance peace and prosperity by funding civilian research and development projects that contribute to global nonproliferation objectives. Promote the application of science and technology to economic growth through international partnerships and training that foster invention, innovation, entrepreneurship and the commercialization of technology. Strengthen university research and education in science and engineering. See more at:

"We are very pleased to announce that the CRDF will be providing management and support to the company," said Michael Soursos, CEO of Amazonica Corp. "CRDF have a proven track record in assisting scientific development and commercialization in the Ukraine and other former Soviet republics."

About Hydrogen

Hydrogen is the simplest, most prolific, and lightest element in the universe. Hydrogen is not normally available in a gaseous state in our environment, since it readily combines with oxygen to form water, or with carbon to form fossil fuels such as crude oil, natural gas, or coal. Hydrogen has a number of uses, including in the manufacture of ammonia, but it is its potential as a fuel that is attracting significant interest and investment. It has been possible to construct or convert internal combustion engines to run on hydrogen for some time, but safety and storage concerns prevented any wide scale use. Recent advances in technology, particularly in fuel cells, allied to the environmental concerns from burning fossil fuels, have caused a re-evaluation of hydrogen as a power source.

First discovered by German scientist Christian Friedrich Schönbein in 1838, fuel cells are only now coming to widespread attention, in a large part due to their potential to replace the internal combustion engine in cars and commercial road vehicles. Fuel cells chemically convert hydrogen to electricity to provide power, emitting only water vapor as a waste product in the process.

All major car manufacturers have, or are planning hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles, and there are already hundreds of hydrogen fuel cell powered buses on the streets of the world's major cities. Fuel cell powered vehicles are more energy efficient than internal combustion powered vehicles, can be refueled in a matter of minutes and can travel for hundreds of miles between refueling. In addition to road vehicles, hydrogen fuel cells are also being investigated for their potential in airplanes, submarines and boats, smartphones and other electronics, food preservation and emergency power systems.

The most common methods of producing hydrogen at the moment are by stripping the carbon atoms out of compressed natural gas using steam (known as "cracking") or the electrolysis of water. Both these processes are expensive, energy intensive and in the case of cracking, produces waste carbon. Commercial production of clean, cheap hydrogen is therefore a key requirement for large scale fuel cell usage.

About Amazonica Corp.

Amazonica Inc. (dba Euro-American Hydrogen Inc.) is a technology development company that is quoted on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) where the Company's ticker symbol is AMZZ. Amazonica Inc. (dba Euro-American Hydrogen Inc.) is developing a breakthrough, low cost technology to make 99.999% pure hydrogen.

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