Next Alternative, Inc.

Next Alternative, Inc.

March 04, 2011 02:00 ET

Next Alternative Closes on Its Purchase of Michigan Plant

PHOENIX, ARIZONA--(Marketwire - March 4, 2011) - Peter Law, President of Next Alternative, Inc. USA, (XETRA:N4H) is pleased to announce that the firm has closed on its Battle Creek, Michigan plant.

The new plant sits atop an 8.5-acre parcel of land where an existing 35,000sf building will be retrofitted for Next Alternative's (NAI) needs. The building is comprised of office space and a large industrial facility to be used for manufacturing Emulsion Fuel Machines and for laboratory research/development on fuels and fuel additives. The firm has also purchased an adjacent 5.5-acre parcel with thoughts of future expansion.

With increased focus recently being placed on Emulsion Fuel (Em-Fuel) and its vast possibilities, NAI is anxious to put operations into high gear. Next Alternative's version of Em-Fuel is called NAI-Fuel and is a mixture of 60% petroleum, 40% water and a small amount of stabilizing agent. According to Law, "As oil prices continue to rise, Em-Fuel is emerging as one of the most feasible alternative energy solutions." He continued by saying, "Our Michigan plant will be outfitted to facilitate the development and distribution of this amazing fuel which meets all EPA requirements and costs far less to manufacture than other fuels. We believe that Battle Creek and our NAI-Fuel is going to play a significant role in the future of energy in general."

Next Alternative Inc. is a break-through company paving the way in the global effort to discover alternative means of energy. Understanding the need to reduce the demand for fossil fuels, Next Alternative is pioneering new methods that provide eco-friendly solutions. Poised on the cutting-edge of new green technologies, Next Alternative strives to develop and offer products that meet the challenges of our new economy. Next Alternative stands as an innovator - bringing existing technologies together and melding them to meet future demand.

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