Dairy Fresh Farms Inc.

March 03, 2009 09:01 ET

Dairy Fresh Signs Merger Agreement and Acquires 100% of Monarch Energy Corp.

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 3, 2009) - Dairy Fresh Farms Inc.(PINKSHEETS:DYFR) (FRANKFURT:D8I) today announced that they have signed a merger agreement and acquired 100% of Monarch Energy Corp., a privately owned Energy research and development corporation.

According to the merger agreement, Dairy Fresh acquires Monarch Energy by way of a reverse merger and has issued a total of 260,000,000 common shares and the company will be renamed Energy 1 Corp. However, no reverse stock split has occurred as per the transaction and non is planned for the near future.

"We are glad to have concluded the merger with Monarch Energy" said Ian Morrice, President of Dairy Fresh. "Their technology is very promising and can help launch an entire new economy" further added Mr. Morrice.

About Monarch/renamed Energy 1 Corp.


Energy 1 Corporation is a US-based Energy Research and Development Corporation, which has developed a long-life energy generator and storage systems for residential, commercial and the transportation industry.

The Energy 1 technology, named "LIFE," was born out of necessity. The research team developed the technology for use by a G8 country Embassy in a developing country where electricity was unreliable. Initially, the system was to be used as a back-up system not unlike similar UPS devices, but the unconventional thinking or out of the box thinking resulted in a long-life power generator and storage technology, enabling the embassy to be totally self-sufficient for a period of 5 years and at a very low cost.

This breakthrough created a virtually perpetual energy system, which is composed of a highly efficient inverter, generator and deep cycle battery stacks.

"We are not claiming to have broken any physics laws nor have we re-invented the wheel, the solution to a long-life battery-based power generator was always there. However, conventional thinking did not enable us to see the solution. The unconventional approach to our technology has enabled a continuous Chemical reaction and almost perfect reduction in oxidation and therefore a continuous release of electrons needed for electricity generation," said Roger Boileau, Energy 1 CFO.

This technology will have a profound impact on the way we view electrical storage and generation as well as impact our lives, since not only can a household be self-sufficient for a period of 5 years, it would only cost $95 per month for unlimited use and or cars equipped with the technology can drive over 3,500 km at a speed of 100 km/h without needing a recharge.


LIFE uses a series of transformers, switches, reciprocal motors, alternators and circuitry to service the demand load and create a net energy gain that is directed into charging one of the two banks of batteries the system uses. When that bank of batteries if fully charged, the system switches to draw from that bank, drive the load and charge the other set of batteries with the net energy surplus. The process repeats when the other bank is fully charged and so on.

The result is a virtually perpetual electrical energy system without need for inputs from external Electrical Utility sources. To allow such an incredible efficiency, we use two distinct electronic chips design and developed by the company.

LIFE can run several voltages including the most common 110V and 220V. A 30kW unit will supply a complete North American household on continuous basis for a period of 5 years without changing the batteries.


LIFE is being designed into several different models to service 3 main industries:

- Housing Residential (5 kW, 15 kW, 30 kW))

- Commercial and Industrial (70 kW, 100 kW, 250 kW, 500 kW)

- Transportation (Cars, Trucks, Scooters, Boats)

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    Ian Morrice