SOURCE: WanderPort Corporation

February 18, 2010 13:48 ET

Wanderport Exceeds Expectation on Third Party Energy Savings Test

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - February 18, 2010) -  Wanderport Corp. (PINKSHEETS: WDRP) today announced that through the course of negotiations and due diligence process with a large American distributor, various product testing including mathematical scenarios to measure the cost savings of the microwave energy tank-less water heater versus hot water heater with storage tanks was performed and the results exceeded expectations.

The US-based distributor stated that the essence of Wanderport's microwave energy tank-less water heater is a form of load control by not maintaining stored water temperature. Based on talks with lobbyists at a recent show from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) in Washington D.C., the US distributor was assured that the US government is actively seeking to promote this form of green energy and load control for water heaters. They also mentioned there were significant US government grant monies available and press coverage with an enormous appetite for Wanderport's green energy water heater application.

Mathematical scenarios based on 4500 watt element against a 1500 watt microwave water heater indicated that most of the energy consumption was caused by the water loss and recovery time of the water recuperation being stored in the water heater tank. In other words, the enormous energy drain is from the time the thermostat activates to the time it takes to recover the temperature of the water drawn.

The scenario used by the US distributor resulted in a savings of 10 to 12 times less costly to operate a microwave energy tank-less water heater compared to regular water heaters with storage tanks. This is very significant and an easy way to demonstrate the savings to the utilities industry.

Further to this, the US Company believes that mineral deposits attaching themselves to hot metal surfaces should not be a factor. Wanderport's microwave energy tank-less water heater does not require the "sacrificial anode" which is eventually destroyed rather than the heating element in regular storage tanks. The US distributor's opinion concurs with Wanderport's, regarding the Pulsar model as water travels through a non-conductive raceway (non-metallic) where minerals flow through the water not having any metallic place to adhere to nor any causing heating element to be damaged and replaced.

About Wanderport Corporation: Wanderport Corporation is a holding and business development company making investments, acquiring licenses and deployment of environmentally friendly "Green" technologies such as, primary alternative, renewable energy and energy saving products namely Pulsar's microwave energy tank-less water heater, which reduces water and energy consumption as well as global dependence on oil. Pulsar Advanced Technologies Inc. was the proud recipient of the 2005 TIPTA award (TCA; Toronto Construction association, Innovative Product and Technology Award), recognizing excellence in innovation in product or technology development, or its application of its microwave energy tank-less water heater.

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