SOURCE: U.S. Sustainable Energy Corp.

October 25, 2006 08:30 ET

U.S. Sustainable Energy Corp. Announces Strategic Alliance to Build the World's Largest 1000 Megawatt Green Power Utility Company to Demonstrate Revolutionary Biofuels at Vidalia, LA City Hall at

11:00 am CST on Oct. 31st, 2006

NATCHEZ, MS -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 25, 2006 -- U.S. Sustainable Energy Corp. (PINKSHEETS: LFZA) and Turnkey Electric, the joint venture partner of Pratt & Whitney Power Systems (www.mobilepacusa.com), today announce a strategic alliance leading to a joint venture to build the world's largest 1,000 Megawatt green power utility in Vidalia, Louisiana. In addition, the company announced that three additional 1,000 Megawatt plants are in the engineering stage.

Phil Vecchiarelli, Area Director of Sales for Pratt & Whitney and Kyle Barnette, Co-Owner of Turnkey Electric, LLC, will be at the groundbreaking demonstration scheduled for 11:00 CST am on Oct. 31st, 2006 at City Hall in Vidalia, LA. USSEC will demonstrate the powering of City Hall using a 175kw generator, a new out of the box gasoline lawnmower, a Yamaha Riva 2 stroke gasoline engine and a 1 million mile old Detroit Diesel all using USSEC's revolutionary next generation unique patent pending biofuel.

John Rivera, CEO of USSEC, said, "We know academia believes you can not run gasoline and diesel engines using the same type of fuel. We are inviting the international financial community and the local and national media affiliates to come to Vidalia and see history in the making on Tuesday Oct. 31st."

Kyle Barnette, Co-Owner of Turnkey Electric, LLC, stated, "Electric utility companies must turn to green power to help ensure the ecosystems of our planet. USSEC's recycled renewable green energy is a solution that we want, and we are very proud to be part of."

Mayor Hiram Copeland stated, "We are absolutely thrilled to be hosting this groundbreaking event at 11:00 am CST on October 31st. USSEC's technology will help lower Vidalia's energy costs and attract more industry and employment into the area. Vidalia is known as the 'City on the Move,' and with USSEC's green power we are taking great strides to clean up our air and environment today."

Renewable energy resources are continuously replenished, and include biomass and biogas. Biomass is organic material that releases energy as heat when burned. Examples of biomass fuels include wood, wood waste, straw, manure, and agricultural crops. Most biomass power plants burn biomass fuels directly to produce steam. This steam is usually captured by a turbine, and a generator then converts it into electricity. All of these resources reduce the environmental impact associated with traditional power generation. Currently, less than 2% of the nation's energy supply is generated from non-hydro renewable resources. The majority of our nation's electricity is generated from fossil fuels. To learn more about the environmental impacts of different sources of electricity generation, visit EPA's Clean Energy Web site.

As a reminder, USSEC is hosting an investor host an investor conference call on Wednesday, October 25, 2006, to begin at 4:15 pm Eastern Time. To hear the conference call as it takes place:

Call 800-434-1335 in the United States or Canada;

Call 404-920-6442 Internationally

Pin Code: 53325716

Exclusive:

For Expedited Entry into the Conference please register at this link for your Direct Access 800 number:

http://www.AccuConference.com/LFZ A

To hear a recording of the call (available for 30 days following the conference call):

Call 800-868-1387 in the United States or Canada;

Call 404-920-6440 Internationally

Pin Code: 53325716

About U.S. Sustainable Energy

USSEC holds patent pending technology for a new breakthrough biofuel and carbon based fertilizer. USSEC has successfully demonstrated the most cost-effective method of producing biofuel estimated at $.50/gallon according to exhaustive studies and independent Lab confirmation. The company has developed the process, units and catalyst that will transform agricultural biomass into biofuel and fertilizer. This technology offers a solution for foreign oil dependence, balancing industrial and agricultural concerns with environmental issues and stabilizing and eventually reversing global greenhouse gas emissions. USSEC's research and development has successfully demonstrated the core technology in its fully functional facility located in Port Gibson, MS. The company is currently pursuing fully scalable implementation and deployment at further locations. Unlike other biomass gasification, the USSEC process can operate at a variety of scale, converting even waste biomass into fuel and fertilizer. The fuel produced will ultimately be more valuable than ethanol or methanol, and the USSEC process can convert biomass materials at an efficiency that cannot be matched by currently planned operations. In addition, unlike virtually all other approaches for biomass to energy, which deplete soil nutrients, the USSEC process restores and enhances soil mineral and carbon content. As a direct result of this revolutionary approach to integrated energy and fertilizer production from biomass, the USSEC process effectively removes Greenhouse Gases from the atmosphere, and can do so profitably before the value of Green Certificates and Carbon Credits are considered.

For further information on the company, please visit www.ussec.us

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