SOURCE: Advanced Plant Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

October 14, 2010 13:34 ET

World Health Energy Holdings Inc. Announces Appointment of Jeremy Werblowsky as Chief Financial Officer

Company's Proprietary Systems to Produce Biodiesel From Algae Now Ready to Be Licensed and Built

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - October 14, 2010) -  World Health Energy Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: APPI) announced today that Mr. Jeremy Werblowsky has joined the APPI team as Chief Financial Officer in preparation for the company's building and licensing Algae fields and systems in India in the rapidly expanding green technology sector of algae biofuels.

Mr. Jeremy Werblowsky earned his BA in Economics and MBA in Finance from Bar-Ilan University in Israel. With more than ten years experience in business and the financial sector, Mr. Werblowsky brings valuable expertise and business contacts to APPI. Before joining APPI, he was a business consultant for Ernst & Young. He moved on to serve as director of new business development for IDT Telecom and then served as a Global Director of Finance for Green Point Technologies Services.

World Health Energy Holdings, Inc. recently acquired GNE-India, an algae technology company with the distribution and licensing rights to a unique and innovative system to grow algae quickly and efficiently for energy and food protein. GNE-India owns and retains the territorial rights for distribution and sales of the proprietary technology to both India and Sri Lanka.

World Health Energy Holdings, Inc. has formulated a business plan focused on biofuels produced from algae which boasts substantially higher yields in comparison to ethanol derived from corn, rapeseed, jatropha and palm oil. Higher oil prices and overlapping demands between foods and other biofuel sources have attracted funding and interest from the public and private sector in algaculture (also known as "farming algae") for producing biofuels, often using land that is not suitable for agriculture. Production of biofuels with algae is more efficient due to algae's rapid growth rate, which is often monitored in hours instead of days. Algae production can cost more per unit mass yet can yield over 30 times more energy per unit area than other, second-generation biofuel crops. The US Department of Energy has estimated that if algae fuel replaced all the petroleum fuel in the United States, it would require 15,000 square miles, less than 14% of the area used in the United States in 2000 for corn production. Algae can grow in brackish, saline and wastewater, reducing the amount of freshwater required and the nutrients in wastewater actually feed the algae which can grow in temperatures ranging from freezing to 158 degrees Fahrenheit.

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About World Health Energy Inc.

World Health Energy Holdings, Inc., formerly known as Advanced Plant Pharmaceuticals to the financial markets, is an emerging renewable energy and biofuel company. The company will produce, sub-license and market high-quality, low cost B100 Biodiesel to replace traditional fossil fuels with proprietary algae biofuel systems.

About GNE-India, Inc.

GNE Global Natural Energy Ltd. is an algae tech company with unique systems to grow algae commercially for energy and food. The Company was founded by top experts in the plant and algae field after several years of Research and Development to create affordable and viable algae biofuel systems.

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