SOURCE: Nuclear Solutions, Inc.

November 14, 2006 10:17 ET

Fuel Frontiers President Jack Young to Address the Future Fuels 2006 Conference in Washington, DC

Two-Day Conference to Focus on Commercial Opportunities for the Development of Alternative Fuels in the USA

WASHINGTON, DC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 14, 2006 -- Fuel Frontiers, Inc., a subsidiary of Nuclear Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: NSOL), announced today that President Jack C. Young will be speaking at this year's Future Fuels 2006 conference hosted by the CWC group ( at the Madison Hotel in Washington, DC November 27-29, 2006.

Mr. Young's presentation will include discussions on new approaches to producing ethanol from waste materials and will focus on the technical and commercial potential for converting waste coal and tires to ethanol. Mr Young will also give an update on Fuel Frontiers' current projects and long-term plans and will expand on opportunities, issues and challenges for future plant development. Mr. Young's speaker biography is available at

The Future Fuels 2006 conference will draw together policy-makers, refiners, fuel retailers and automotive manufacturers with specialist developers of ethanol, biodiesel, and unconventional hydrocarbon resources. Panels of expert speakers will discuss and debate the most viable and cost-effective options for increasing the production, distribution and use of alternative fuels in the US and reducing long-term dependence on foreign oil resources.

For further information about the conference please visit the official conference website at:

A downloadable Future Fuels 2006 conference brochure is available at

Nuclear Solutions, Inc. is an innovative technology development company committed to exploring, developing, and commercializing viable products in the areas of nanotechnology, environmental technology, homeland security and defense, and alternative fuels. In August 2005, Nuclear Solutions, Inc. established Fuel Frontiers, Inc. (FFI), a subsidiary implementing its own unique business model to utilize commercially available and proprietary technologies to transform low-value, end-of-life carbonaceous waste materials such as waste coal, used tires, wood wastes, biomass, discarded corn stalks and other agricultural by-products, into high-value, environmentally friendly, clean-burning ethanol. With its global Strategic Alliance Agreement with Connecticut-based Startech Environmental Corporation, FFI gains access to Startech's innovative, proven and proprietary Plasma Converter™ System, which is planned for use in proposed facilities to transform feedstock materials into ethanol. To diversify its ethanol production model beyond ethanol synthesis from waste sources, Nuclear Solutions is also pursuing innovations in bioethanol production through its subsidiary Liquidyne Fuels, Inc. Currently, Fuel Frontiers, Inc. and Liquidyne Fuels, Inc. report their operations and financial results on a consolidated basis within Nuclear Solutions, Inc.'s public filings. To learn more, explore or


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With regards to forward-looking statements on the proposed waste-to-ethanol facility, a facility like this has never before been constructed or operated and there are inherent risks associated with the establishment of such new operations. There could be unexpected problems or delays in the funding, construction and operation of the facility. There is no guarantee that we will be successful in raising the capital required for this project through the issuance of tax-free bonds discussed herein. While we believe that the appropriate technologies for waste-to-ethanol conversion are commercially available, we cannot guarantee that commercially available technologies will be suitable for producing ethanol in the proposed Fuel Frontiers, Inc. facility.

Overall, actual future results for Nuclear Solutions, Inc., and its subsidiaries Fuel Frontiers, Inc. and Liquidyne Fuels, Inc., could differ significantly from statements contained in the press release. Factors that could adversely affect actual results and performance include, among others, the companies' limited operating history, dependence on key management, financing requirements, technical difficulties commercializing any projects, government regulation, technological change, and competition. In any event, undue reliance should not be placed on any forward-looking statements, which apply only as of the date of this press release. Additionally, patent pending status or licensing does not guarantee that a patent will issue or that the technology will be commercially successful. Accordingly, reference should be made to Nuclear Solutions, Inc.'s periodic filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, also available through the web site at

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