SOURCE: Energy 1 Corp.

September 14, 2010 17:06 ET

Energy 1 Corp. Announces Further Development of New Innovative Patent From Vortex IP

SOUTHFIELD, MI--(Marketwire - September 14, 2010) -  Energy 1 Corp. (PINKSHEETS: EGOC) (FRANKFURT: D8i) today announced that it has moved to further develop the existing patent pending technologies from Vortex IP, a private Florida Corporation.

Further to the company's news release (June 8, 2010) discussing the primary Energy 1 technology, named "ExhausTek," which was created to meet the new and evolving emissions standards set by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Along with ExhausTek is its sister technology, named "IonTek" a world leader in boosting fuel efficiency. Both technologies are patent pending and are licensed through Vortex IP, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Energy 1 Corporation. (For further details on the patent pending and other information about EGOC visit:

In a new development it appears that the original patent pending art has a wider application potential with small to medium sized trucks and busses which is a market management estimates to be 10 times as large, at the current time, as the original targeted large diesel truck market in America.

"We are excited with the progress that the company is making and we continue to identify complementary market potential for the 'ExhausTek and IonTek' technologies that address the markets demand for cleaner emissions and improved fuel economy," stated Dean Steiger, President of Energy 1 Corporation.

About Energy 1 Corp:

Energy 1 Corporation is a US based Energy Research and Development Corporation, specializing in the development of energy and emission solutions for the post carbon economy for the transportation, institutional and multi-unit residential industries. 

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