We - and our readers - know quite well that "increase your MPG" claims fly fast and furious in the green car industry. One such claim is that adding hydrogen to your gasoline or diesel fuel line will make your car burn the fuel cleaner and therefore get more miles per gallon. We've tackled the question about whether on-board hydrogen generators can increase your MPG - they don't. No, seriously, they don't - but there have been a lot of people who feel the need to test this system, or at least did back in 2006 (see here and here).
Nonetheless, Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies is hoping that people are ready to give on-board electrolysers and Hydrogen Fuel Injection (HFI) a chance in their own vehicles. HHT says that it has completed field trials of the HFI system and would be more than happy to install the system in your car through its network of "over 140 Certified Installation Centres all across Canada, the United States, and a number of international markets." HHT's words are after the break, but we've gotta recommend reading this before you go to the shop.

[Source: Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies Inc.]

PRESS RELEASE:

Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies Prepares For Car & Light Truck Aftermarket
Initial Field Trials Successfully Completed

PICKERING, ON, Aug. 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies Inc.(HYHY:otcbb) and Canadian Hydrogen Energy Company are pleased to announce that, in response to unprecedented demand and in line with its marketing plan, initial field trials have been successfully completed on a Hydrogen Fuel Injection (HFI) system specifically for the Car & Light Truck aftermarket.

With the increased concern about increasing fuel prices, consumers are anxious to find solutions. This particularly applies to Light Trucks, including SUVs. Plans are currently under way to extend the scope of these trials with specific emphasis on target customers.

HFI technology is installed as an add-on to diesel and gasoline engines where it significantly reduces a wide variety of emissions (CO, PM, HC, CO2 and NOx) while simultaneously reducing fuel consumption. Currently, HFI units are being used by long-haul transport trucks, ambulances, municipal buses and other heavy equipment, earning HFI the dominant position as the world's most widely-used on-board electrolysers. The technology is based on electrolysis and the units split water, on-board the ambulance, then vent the hydrogen and oxygen directly into the air intake of the engine. Adding hydrogen significantly improves the efficiency of combustion, in the engine, with significant financial and environmental benefits.

HFI is distributed through the world's largest retail distribution network for any hydrogen product, with over 140 Certified Installation Centres all across Canada, the United States, and a number of international markets. The product is the first emission control technology to have received "Environmental Technology Verification" (ETV) by the Canadian government and the first hydrogen technology to receive ETV recognition anywhere in the world.

About Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies Inc: The OEM distributor of the world's most advanced on-board hydrogen generating system, the Hydrogen Fuel Injection system. This technology is patented, or patent-pending, worldwide. The system offers unparalleled benefits for virtually any internal combustion engine, with increased horsepower, decreased emissions and improvement in fuel economy. The HFI system is marketed through a network of certified installation centres in Canada, the U.S. and around the world.

Included in this release are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Although the company believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements will prove to have been correct. The company's actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking statements. The Company undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking statements to reflect subsequently occurring events or circumstances.


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