SOURCE: Harmonic Energy Inc.

Harmonic Energy Inc.

February 27, 2012 09:07 ET

Harmonic Energy Inc. Enters Into Negotiations to Acquire Rights for Technology

BRIGHTON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Feb 27, 2012) - Harmonic Energy Inc. (OTCQB: ASUV) (OTCBB: ASUV) is a company focused on tire manufacturing and recycling, using an innovative approach to energy efficiency and sustainability. Harmonic is honored to announce that it has entered into negotiations to acquire the exclusive rights for a commercialized carbonization technology.

Mr. Hiroyasu Tanaka has reviewed 12 different engineering companies that specialize in carbonization; his findings have determined that one engineering firm stands out and exceeds all the requirements set out by Harmonic's team. Harmonic had outlined a very specific detailed list for the technology to even be considered. Some of the requirements are: equipment must be commercialized with numerous years of successful operation; produce premium by-products including carbon black and bio-diesel; the equipment must meet ISO standards and be fully computerized with automatic safety measures.

The engineering firm we have identified is located in Japan and has been creating carbonization equipment for over 30 years. This company has successfully built and commercialized 12 carbonization chemical decomposition units. These units produce a very high quality bio-diesel and the carbon black will work symbiotically with Mr. Tanaka's carbon upgrading, milling and classifying process.

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About Harmonic Energy Inc.

Harmonic Energy Inc. is a company that focuses on a comprehensive solution to the disposition of scrap tires worldwide. Harmonic plans include the utilization of proven technologies that ensure each scrap tire is either remanufactured and put back on the road as a new tire or is completely recycled and reduced into marketable chemical commodity products. Both the tire remanufacturing and carbonization technologies that will be utilized by Harmonic must be commercially proven and have viable operating facilities not bound by subsidies.

Harmonic plans to be the first company to integrate these two technologies to provide a comprehensive "closed-loop" solution for the management of scrap tires. By design, Harmonic plans to offer a solution that replicates nature's intentions by developing symbiosis between waste, energy supply and sustainable growth.

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