BOULDER, CO--(Marketwire - Oct 9, 2012) - SEFE, Inc. (OTCQB: SEFE) (OTCBB: SEFE) (the "Company"), a sustainability company engaged in offering innovative, pioneering solutions for the world's energy needs, today announces the completion of preparations for its initial balloon testing program at the ranch test site in Laramie, Wyoming. The initial testing will focus on measuring the Thevenin equivalent power source available between the ground and atmosphere over a variety of altitudes and various air terminal configurations. SEFE has completed the FAA waiver application process and is implementing the requirements necessary to begin the tests.
The balloon testing program will aim to verify laboratory results for the collector development. Additionally, it is anticipated that the balloon testing program will deliver the first fully demonstrable prototype of SEFE's Harmony III.
"Our balloon testing program and ranch test site will give us an invaluable platform to build out a fully operational Harmony III system in tandem with our continuous laboratory efforts," stated SEFE Lead Scientist Ryan Coulson.
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