SOURCE: W2 Energy, Inc.

October 14, 2010 12:25 ET

W2 Energy's Files US Patent for NT Plasma Engine

GUELPH, ON--(Marketwire - October 14, 2010) -  W2 Energy, Inc., a clean energy company (www.w2energy.com) (PINKSHEETS: WTWO), is pleased to announce that it has filed a U.S. provisional patent on its non-thermal plasma assisted compressed air engine. The company continues to aggressively take steps to make sure that its proprietary technology is fully protected as it implements is marketing plan.

The NT Plasma Engine will utilize compressed air blended with natural gas and water vapor. This blend of gases will then be fed into a Plasmatron low temperature gasifier, converted into syngas, and then burned in a SteamRay rotary engine which has been designed to run on combustion gases. The SteamRay can be sized to run a variety of loads including but not limited to electric generators, pumps and drive trains.

The filing of these patents is further confirmation as to the viability of the different technologies being developed by W2 Energy. The company feels that the filing of this patent assists in developing W2 Energy's position as a leader related to the production of green energy and energy recovery. W2 intends to market the product through its website and selected distributors.

W2 Energy trades in the United States on the OTC market under the symbol "WTWO."
For further information, please contact Mike McLaren at (519) 341 3185 or go to www.w2energy.com

Note: Certain statements in this press release are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Act of 1995. Such statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause results to differ materially. Such risks, uncertainties and other factors include but are not limited to new economic conditions, risk in product development, market acceptance of new products and continuing product demand, level of competition and other factors described in reports and filings with regulatory bodies

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