SOURCE: Systems Evolution

January 06, 2010 14:00 ET

Systems Evolution's Highline Hydrogen Hybrids Completes $1.24M Grant Application With the EPA

ADDISON, TX--(Marketwire - January 6, 2010) - Systems Evolution Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SSEV) majority shareholder Highline Hydrogen Hybrids Inc. (HHHI) announced today that they have completed and filed an application with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for a grant of $1.24M under the Clean Diesel Emerging Technologies Applications in conjunction with the City of Dumas, Arkansas.

Mel Robinson, President of HHHI, made the announcement this week after completing the filing with the EPA on December 8, 2009. Robinson said, "The City of Dumas, Arkansas is applying for this grant in conjunction with the Company. Dumas is a municipality with jurisdiction over transportation within and through its community boundaries, where we will be relocating the Company on February 1, 2010. The City is concerned about both air quality and fuel efficiency and seeks to be a leader in implementing a demonstration project to enhance fuel economy and reduce carbon footprint emissions for the over-the-road (OTR) commercial fleets."

HHHI's supplemental fuel system has demonstrated reduction of carbon emissions by as much as 50% in external certified testing and at the same time increases fuel efficiency by as much as 30% with an average increase in horsepower of 10%. HHHI's supplemental fuel systems are available for all external combustion engines in variety of applications, including commercial transportation, passenger vehicles, agricultural equipment and inland and ocean marine vessels.

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