SOURCE: International Power Group, Inc.

September 09, 2008 11:00 ET

International Power Group and ForeverGreen Enterprises Sign Joint Venture Agreement to Build United States Waste-to-Energy Plant in LaFontaine, Indiana

CELEBRATION, FL--(Marketwire - September 9, 2008) - International Power Group (OTCBB: IPWG) ("IPWG") today announced the signing of a Joint Venture Agreement with ForeverGreen Enterprises ("FGE") to build a Waste-to-Energy facility on a 60-acre site in LaFontaine, Indiana that will convert hazardous waste into green hydrogen, methanol and electricity.

Woodrow Crouch, IPWG's CEO, stated, "We are excited about this joint venture with ForeverGreen because it establishes a foothold for us in the lucrative United States Waste-to-Energy market -- something that has been one of our major goals. We look forward to working with ForeverGreen on the Indiana and other projects in the future."

Michael Kelly, FGE's CEO, said, "The joint venture with IPWG announced today is the beginning of what we expect to be a long and mutually rewarding relationship. IPWG offers FGE an excellent opportunity to launch its patented Progressive Molecular Dissociation platform outside the United States."

FGE will own 75% of the Joint Venture Company, and IPWG will own the remaining 25%. Construction costs for the LaFontaine plant are projected to be $227 million, with a 22 month completion date. The plant will process up to 750 tons of industrial, chemical and medical wastes per day using FGE's Progressive Molecular Dissociation platform and IPWG's patented Add-Power Waste-Heat-to-Energy platform. The Joint Venture Agreement contemplates multiple Waste-to-Energy projects in the United States and elsewhere, with IPWG being responsible for the provision of engineering and technical services, including but not limited to civil engineering, architectural services, project management, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, thermal engineering, and power island engineering. Under the Joint Venture Agreement, IPWG is required to make capital contributions totaling $11,500,000, with the first payment due on September 29, 2008.

The state of Indiana recently enacted legislation endorsing the FGE Progressive Molecular Dissociation platform.


ForeverGreen Enterprises ("FGE") transforms waste materials into Green Hydrogen, Methanol and other raw materials essential to alternate fuel makers, synthetic fuel producers and industrial manufacturers. FGE is a development stage company that is transitioning into its implementation phase. With a positive cost of goods business model, a leading gasification/synthesis technology platform and independence from natural gas and other fossil feedstocks, FGE projects will deliver outstanding economic, environmental and strategic benefits.

ForeverGreen's technology platform is Progressive Molecular Dissociation ("PMD"). PMD is the brand name for ForeverGreen's gasification and gas clean-up process that employs molten media and plasma technologies. It is capable of transforming any type of hydrocarbon or other organic material, and hydrogen bearing inorganics into a syngas that can be processed into industrial products, basic chemicals and energy resources.

International Power Group is a leader in the development and implementation of new cutting-edge technologies that maximize recycling values while providing environmentally safe disposal of solid waste and hazardous materials. Through the application of these new technologies, solid wastes and hazardous materials can be minimized to their maximum extent while producing significant secondary benefits such as clean energy and clean water. Founded in 2004, IPWG is a publicly traded company, listed on the US OTC market, and has established offices in the US, England, Sweden, Mexico and Egypt.

IPWG brings extensive expertise and capabilities to the Joint Venture in the areas of Waste to Energy ("WTE") project development, power generation and systems engineering services and developmental project management.

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    International Power Group, Ltd.
    Woodrow W. Crouch, CEO