SOURCE: eHydrogen Solutions

January 05, 2010 08:00 ET

eHydrogen Solutions, Inc. Announces New Technology Initiative Targeting 35.4 Million On and Off-Road Heavy Goods Vehicles as Part of International Distribution Roll-Out

RENO, NV--(Marketwire - January 5, 2010) - eHydrogen Solutions, Inc. (eHS) (PINKSHEETS: EHYD) announced today a new engineering initiative to further integrate its systems with complementary technologies, specifically targeted at the on and off-road Heavy Goods Vehicle aftermarket. Potential candidates for technology integration include HGV systems incorporating fuel and/or oil additives, pulsing technologies, electronic fuel injection enhancer (EFIE) modules to interact with engines' Electronic Control Units (ECU).

The Company's new initiative will further enhance its already impressive fuel and emission reduction results as an aftermarket retrofit of on and off-road Heavy Goods Vehicle applications, including long-haul trucks, buses and construction and mining vehicles.

The on and off-road Heavy Vehicle aftermarket represents 35,400,000 vehicles worldwide and a projected 1.3% market share would represent $7,773,000,000 in revenue.

eHydrogen Solutions specializes in the development of on-demand hydrogen-generating technology designed to increase the efficiency of virtually any combustion process. The technology is based on a patented technology in which hydrogen and oxygen are generated on demand via electrolysis and then introduced into the combustion process. Decades went into developing an electrolyser that is reliable, thermodynamically efficient, and capable of operating in all weather conditions. The technology is adaptable to a wide variety of internal combustion engine applications.

About eHydrogen Solutions

Engineered Hydrogen Solutions (eHs) specializes in the development of on-demand hydrogen-generating technology designed to increase the efficiency of virtually any combustion process. The technology is based on a proprietary Hydrogen Injection system, in which hydrogen and oxygen are generated on-demand via electrolysis and then introduced into the combustion process. The 'fuel' for the technology is distilled water. Two key benefits of the eHS technology are significantly reduced fuel consumption and emissions.

eHs' proprietary hydrogen energy technology is available today to qualified partners in a wide variety of vertical and/or geographic markets worldwide, through joint development/ adaptation, distribution and production agreements.

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The company maintains its web site at: www.eHydrogenSolutions.com

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