The Fluxite Research Facility

September 12, 2008 18:08 ET

Fluxite Research Facility in Edmonton

EDMONTON, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Sept. 15, 2008) - The Fluxite Research Facility, designed to be one of Canada's most advanced alternative energy research facilities, is opening on October 1st, 2008.

Located in Edmonton, Alberta, the Fluxite Research Facility is wholly owned by Canadian Entrepreneurs that fund the research and development of alternative energy sources. The group has secured Mr. Ken Tetterington to head up the facility. Mr. Tetterington is a long time Edmonton resident who's recent past record includes the starting of 3 successful international public companies anchored with his patents and technologies.

According to Mr. Tetterington "It is a pleasure to begin this exciting initiative. In 50 years from now it is our groups believe that oil, gas, solar, wind, coal, synthetic and nuclear energy sources will all be replaced by new forms of energy generation and storage techniques". Further he notes "The Fluxite Facility is unique in that it will employ physics, electronics, and free thinking research teams - with the sole objective to develop Canadian alternative energy technologies. Our future is bright. We already have a head start with the ongoing prototyping of the V.2.0 Fluxite technology and two patents modules being prepared for filing."

The research team will not focus on prolonging the inevitable depletion of 20th century energy sources but will focus on promising new technologies that have the potential to power the needs of the 21st century and beyond. More details can be found on the web site www.fluxite.com , along with its unique perspective on the commercialization of such new technologies.

About The Fluxite Research Facility:

The Fluxite Research Facility is a Canadian initiative, supported by responsible business leaders that are aware of the inevitable energy shortages ahead and who are willing to commit the time, funds and resources to the challenge.

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