SOURCE: U.S. Sustainable Energy

May 03, 2006 12:30 ET

U.S. Sustainable Energy Corporation Announces Definitive Merger Terms With CyberCare

CyberCare to Effect 1:10 Reverse Split

TAMPA, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 3, 2006 -- U.S. Sustainable Energy Corporation ("U.S. Sustainable" or "the Company") (OTC: CYBR) announced today that it has agreed to definitive terms for a merger agreement with CyberCare, Inc. "We are very pleased to announce these definitive terms," stated John Stanton, Chairman. "We are very excited by the breakthrough developments that have been announced at U.S. Sustainable. With a global focus on finding alternative renewable environmentally friendly fuels, we will have the potential to revolutionize the way fuels are produced and consumed by mankind. We are now able to produce in our fully operational facility Bio Fuels, including fuels for diesel, gasoline, and natural gas engines, from readily available agricultural feedstocks such as soy and corn. Furthermore, we think these fuels can be produced at a fraction of historical costs without waste by-products. In addition our patent pending 100% soy pigment qualifies under the 1994 Vegetable Oil Act for government printing. U.S. Sustainable Energy comprises a family of technologies that focus on the development of energy from sustainable sources, and the conversion of waste into energy or other usable products."

The Company's technologies will include the rights to the certain patents and intellectual property rights currently contained in EarthFirst Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: EFTI). Under EarthFirst's previously announced planned merger with Cast-Crete Corporation, EarthFirst/Cast-Crete will become the co-proponent of the Plan of Reorganization of CyberCare, Inc. ("CyberCare") (OTC: CYBR). After the merger with Cast-Crete and CyberCare's emergence from reorganization, EarthFirst/Cast-Crete intends to combine the existing energy technologies with CyberCare's technology assets. The surviving entity will be known as U.S. Sustainable Energy Corporation.

Under the terms of the agreement, CyberCare will effect a 1:10 reverse split of its stock in connection with its Plan of Reorganization. CyberCare will then issue approximately 100 million restricted shares to U.S. Sustainable to complete the merger transaction. Closing is expected within the next 60 days.

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