SOURCE: Terminus Energy Inc.

December 15, 2010 08:11 ET

Terminus Develops Colorado Production Plans

TORRANCE, CA--(Marketwire - December 15, 2010) - Terminus Energy Inc (PINKSHEETS: TMGY) announced today that it is moving forward with its plans to establish offices and laboratory facilities in Golden, Colorado. The company expects to have these facilities, that will be will be staffed by highly qualified production development engineering personnel, to be operational during the first quarter of 2011 in preparation for TE-50 unit production operations.

The company anticipates that production of the TE-50 units will begin in 2011. The production schedule has been structured to reflect present U.S. capital market conditions.

Terminus CEO Dan Pratte stated, "The establishment of this facility in Golden represents a significant milestone for our company, allowing us to take advantage of robust technical and logistical resources critical to TE-50 electric power generator production."

About Terminus Energy Inc.:

Terminus Energy Inc. is developing the next generation fuel cell technology for utilities. Our mission is to be the preferred distributed energy generation platform supplier for our utility customers. Terminus Energy's system provides many benefits to prospective electric power providers; including commercial utilities, industrial customers and the military. Terminus Energy believes it has the advantage of low installation costs, low operational costs, low carbon generation and minimal environmental impact. The product is also energy efficient and scalable, allowing any provider to incrementally grow capacity based upon their specific needs. Terminus Energy provides an environmentally friendly yet cost competitive power generation option able to compete head-to-head with current generation platforms.

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