SOURCE: US Energy Initiatives Corporation

March 27, 2007 06:05 ET

US Energy Initiative's Subsidiary AEC Receives $100,000 Manufacturing Order

TAMPA, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 27, 2007 -- US Energy Initiatives Corporation (OTCBB: USEI) ("US Energy" or the "Company"), an ISO9001 Certified manufacturer of a patent dual-fuel diesel to natural gas technology today reported the Company's wholly owned subsidiary Automated Engineering Corporation has received a $100,000 order for delivery during May 2007.

Automated Engineering Corporation ("AEC") was acquired by US Energy during 2006 to provide in-house manufacturing for the Company's patent dual-fuel diesel to natural gas conversion systems. "While AEC primary mission is to support our Company's core dual-fuel product, it continues to grow in areas unrelated to our hybrid system," said USEI CEO Mark Clancy. "Our objectives in acquiring AEC was to gain a manufacturing resource for our dual-fuel system as well as an ability to grow through unrelated manufacturing activity. Under the leadership of our Chief Operating Officer Phil Rappa, we are pleased to receive this confirmation of our strategy. During this first quarter 2007, we have made progress both in our international as well as domestic program for our patent dual fuel system and we intend to provide updates later this week with a major announcement on Thursday," concluded Mr. Clancy.

About US Energy Initiatives Corporation (OTCBB: USEI)

US Energy, formed in 1996, commercializes a patent dual-fuel diesel to natural gas conversion technology through the automotive aftermarket and through certain original equipment manufacturers. The Company's facilities include a state-of-the-art systems development and testing lab in PeachTree City, Georgia and an ISO-9001 Certified manufacturing facility in Tampa, Florida.

About Automated Engineering Corporation (AEC)

AEC was acquired by US Energy during June 2006. AEC, located in Tampa, Florida, was established in 1987 as an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) serving the Instrumentation & Controls marketplace. In the early 1990s AEC positioned itself as a Contract Electronic Manufacturer (CEM) to provide full-service electronics engineering and high-quality manufacturing of PCBA products for other OEMs in Communications, Instrumentation & Controls, Consumer, Automotive, and Military Industries.

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