SOURCE: Market Pulse

May 19, 2006 08:35 ET

Market Pulse Breaking News Alert for Friday, May 19, 2006: HYFS - US Energy Initiatives Completes Development of Series 60 Detroit System for Solid Waste Authority of Ohio (SWACO)!

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ATLANTA, GA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 19, 2006 -- Market Pulse News Alert for this AM, Stocks to Watch are: U.S. Energy Initiatives Corporation (OTC BB: HYFS), Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (NYSE: AMD), Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL), and Sun Microsystems Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW).

Investors need to be watching U.S. Energy Initiatives Corporation (OTC BB: HYFS) this AM! U.S. Energy Initiatives manufactures and markets retrofit systems for the conversion of gasoline and diesel engines, stationary or vehicular, to non-petroleum based fuels such as compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas. The company's technology is embodied in five issued and one pending US patent. Since 1998, U.S. Energy has dedicated its research and development exclusively to conversion systems for diesel-powered engines. Worldwide, there is a significant price differential between diesel and natural gas typically resulting in a 12 month or less return on investment. The company's initial commercialized application is a retrofit device to convert medium and heavy duty engines to operate in a dual-fuel 70% natural gas and 30% diesel mode. A new generation of management has transformed HYFS from a developmental-stage company with proprietary products for duel fuel conversion in various steps of development to a company with the ability to deliver these products worldwide. HYFS is potentially poised to become a significant player in the energy/alternative energy industry. HYFS has had several excellent news announcements out lately and one again after Thursday's bell announcing the company completes development of Series 60 Detroit System for Solid Waste Authority of Ohio (SWACO)! This could be great news for investors!

USEIC/Hybrid Fuel Systems, Inc., ("Hybrid" or the "Company") manufacturer of a patent dual-fuel diesel to natural gas conversion technology, today announced the Company has completed development of one (1) 60 Series Detroit System for Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio's (SWACO) 2005 Sterling truck.

The project included the development of a diesel/CNG duel fuel system for the Detroit 60 Series diesel engine with electronic injection. The engine is fitted in a truck/tractor and is used in bulk trash transferring in the Columbus, Ohio Region. This first truck will be evaluated for 3-6 months and a decision will be made regarding converting -- 25 additional trucks.

"We are pleased to have been selected by SWACO for this project," said US Energy CEO Mark Clancy. "The field testing we are about to begin will expose our system to the use of landfill gas and certain biofuels. We look forward to demonstrating the versatility of our technology while simultaneously showcasing the economic and environmental benefits of cleaner burning fuels," concluded Mr. Clancy.

Tim Berlekamp, Director of Planning and Business Development for SWACO, stated, "We believe in the use of landfill gas as a solution to regional mobile transportation." SWACO plans on showcasing the Sterling truck during a heavy-duty CNG applications and technologies seminar at Clean Fuels Ohio, May 23, 2006.

SWACO is the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio. They are one of the 52 solid waste districts created by the Ohio General Assembly in 1989. Each of those districts were established with the mission of reducing our reliance on landfills. Since birth, SWACO has become a catalyst for recycling and reuse programs in Franklin County and within their district. SWACO continues to pioneer with leading edge programs that find new uses for our "trash of the past, present and future."

About U.S. Energy Initiatives Corporation (OTC BB: HYFS), formed in 1996, delivers its patent dual-fuel diesel to natural gas conversion technology and resells a portfolio of gasoline to natural gas and propane conversion systems through both Company-owned and franchised service centers in twelve states and directly to domestic and international original equipment manufacturers. The Company's primary facility is a 12,000 square foot state-of-the-art systems development and emission testing lab in Atlanta, Georgia. The company's current clients include General Motors, United Parcel Service, US Postal Service; Dallas County School System, Portland, Oregon School System; Oklahoma Natural Gas and a host of private purchasers.

For more information contact CEO Mark Clancy at the Company's corporate headquarters at 813-287-5787 ext. 222 or visit the Company's web site at

Stocks in the news and acting well as of late include: Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (NYSE: AMD), Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL), and Sun Microsystems Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW).

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