PMEA Begins Tests of New Energy Storage Application

TORONTO, May 2, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- PM&E, Inc. (OTC Pink:PMEA) announced today that company began formal tests of its heat storage application combined with its GEN 4 MPVS system. "When fully implemented this system would allow consumers to heat their homes and enjoy hot water literally free thanks to our application," concluded Jack Merck. This development also significantly increases expected revenue company will derive when product hits the market. The Company was working on this approach for a while and came to a point where energy storage system could be integrated into its flagship MPVS system, as part of its cooling mechanism. Since system is untested and not patented yet, company cannot disclose much, but what can be said that MPVS GEN 4 passive proprietary cooling system is now integrated with heat capacitor, vacuum based approach which in lab showed significant potential in storing ultra-hot liquids for substantial periods of time without significant temperature losses. As a second step in this initiative company is planning integration of fuel cell generator together with MPVS and storage application, so either heat storage or fuel cell generation could be offered to industrial clients using the system. Fuel cell generation is achieved through several proprietary techniques by splitting water molecule into hydrogen and oxygen using thin films of iron oxide. For retail clients energy storage will be most common. Industrial clients will be interested in both options. "We are very excited to begin the tests and will notify our shareholders about its results as soon as they come in and are carefully analyzed by our engineers," concluded Jack Merck.

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