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HYDRO ENVIRONMENTAL TO ENTER HOUSEHOLD GENERATION MARKET.

Hydro Environmental Resources Inc. (OTCBB: HYVR), Las Vegas, is negotiating with Pure Power Technologies of Las Vegas to produce hydrogen-generating systems suitable to fuel internal combustion electrical generators for small business and household use.

Hydro Environmental Resources Inc. has contracted to design and construct the first model to be delivered on or before Jan. 7, 2002.

Pure Power Technologies has had many years experience in the conversion of internal combustion engines to hydrogen power and has been searching for low-cost hydrogen to make their systems commercially viable. Once testing of the system has been completed, it is proposed to supply hydrogen-generated electricity to households and small businesses.

To offset the cost of these systems, any excess electricity produced can be sold to the grid. Initial production will be at Pure Power Technologies' Texas assembly plant.

The initial system will provide 13.5 kilowatts of power, and various other systems of different sizes are contemplated. The systems will make the user independent of the current public utility power source if they so desire.

For more information, call 702/221-2164.
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