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Old 02-22-2010, 06:51 PM   Nav to Top  #1
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New! Every Once in a While Something Really Great Comes Along-

You either join it and make a great income or you pass it by and miss out.
Alumifuels is that Opportunity, Consider:

The World's Largest Helium Deposits are located in TX and they are depleting fast, and may run out within the next 10 years. NASA and the Department of Defense are the largest users of Helium gas. Hydrogen is replacing Helium in Balloons because it is more economical.

Recent Press Releases & 8K filings detail the recent sales x3 of the companies flagship product the PBIS-1000 and the mass production of the necessary fuel cartridges.

The company has signed, Manufacturing, Production, Packaging and Sales agreements with three Industry leaders. Apex piping systems, ActionPak, Inc & Kaymont Consolidated Industries.

Alumifuels was recently a Key Presenter at the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Conference.

The company was featured on the Lehrer PBS NewsHour Nationwide Telecast.

This is Not a daytrader stock, rather it is more suited for long Term investors seeking a ground floor opportunity in a soon to be highly profitable technology.

Please do your own Due Diligence, It's your Money.

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ALUMIFUELS POWER Inc. (AFPW.OB).
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Money HUGE Green Volume Today↑↑↑↑

2,524,414 Million shares traded hands today. 116 Trades. Worth $ 167,089 ......AWESOME!!!
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New! AlumiFuel Power, Inc. Highlights Size of Addressable Markets

If Alumifuels can penetrate the targeted markets like they are talking about, it could be *Huge!*

CENTENNIAL, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Early production stage hydrogen generation company AlumiFuel Power, Inc. (“API”), the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based wholly owned operating subsidiary of AlumiFuel Power Corporation (OTCBB: AFPW) (the “Company”), provided additional information today on the size of the target markets for its on-site, on-demand hydrogen and superheated steam generation technology and products.

The global hydrogen market is about $2.5 billion and growing at a rate of 16% per year. The U.S. share is $1.6 billion, while Europe is at $740 million. This market includes hydrogen generation, storage, distribution and dispensing devices. However, it is important to note that these numbers do not reflect market applications presently using older technologies which could be replaced by hydrogen-based systems and products. Included in this category are the following markets which are being aggressively pursued by API:

* $8 billion market for back-up and auxiliary power consisting of fossil-fuel generators and batteries -- which are ripe for being supplanted by portable and stationary fuel cells powered by hydrogen.
* $150 million market for weather balloons, about $75 million of which is spent on the actual lift gas, now transitioning from scarce helium to abundant and lighter hydrogen.
* $75 million market for Flameless Ration Heaters (FRHs) for military and commercial Meals-Ready-to-Eat (MRE) applications which today use magnesium-based powders that are inferior to aluminum-based powders in terms of performance and cost. Moreover, this number does not include a large emerging European military market for FRHs.

In a similar category, there is a large ($3 billion) and rapidly growing maritime market for Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) and submersibles, which presently are being served by battery technologies and products. The use of API’s superheated steam to drive turbines for underwater propulsion increases the operating time and distance over batteries by a factor of 4-5, very significant in terms of mission-critical performance. API is collaborating with several major defense industry players in developing and fielding this technology for naval and commercial customers.

API’s other target hydrogen markets include the following:

* $50 million market for K-Cylinder replacement. This entails lining up industrial gas distributors who will have customers that would prefer API’s PBIS-1000 portable hydrogen generator (see API news release of February 9, 2010) to bulky and pressurized K-Cylinders for field applications, particularly in remote and inaccessible locations.
* $200 million market for international licensing. This entails licensing API’s intellectual property (patents and proprietary know-how) to partners in Europe and Asia for applications in those geographic regions.
* $125 million market in special defense applications. API is working with several companies in addressing new mission-critical applications which are made possible by the use of API’s unique technology as a breakthrough.

API’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. David Cade, said, “We are very fortunate to have so many possible market applications for our technology and products, and the industry partners to help us penetrate these markets. However, we can’t do everything at once, so it is important for us to stay focused on those applications which have the highest likelihood of success and can have the biggest impact on shareholder value -- and we intend to continue doing just that.”
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Yehh im watching for the pump & dump on this one, may jump in wit the big boys if it pops
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Alumifuels is Not a P & D. No need to be. The company has real products to sell ($ 15,000 per unit) to real customers
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The Google description also describes Inhibition Therapeutics business.

These two type of business are rather not related.

How can that square up?
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The company did a reverse merger last year. I think the cancer research is "on the back burner" for now. The company is now focused on the Promising Hydrogen Technology. The cancer research is a valuable asset for the company.

Alumifuels Hydrogen Reactor



AFPW.OB Strong Buy!
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New! Awesome PR!

Here is an article published in the Philadelphia Business Journal

AlumiFuel delivers first of its hydrogen-making reactors
A company that has developed a proprietary method for making hydrogen from aluminum and water has delivered the first production models of a machine that generates the gas for use in weather balloons.

AlumiFuel Power Inc. recently delivered three of its PBIS-1000 Portable Balloon Inflation Systems to Kaymont Consolidated Industries Inc., a Huntington Station, N.Y., weather-balloon supplier.

AlumiFuel, which is in the University City Science Center,expects Kaymont to buy more this quarter.

AlumiFuel is developing other applications for its technology, which produces super-heated steam as well as hydrogen. Those include flameless heaters for prepackaged meals, such as the ones troops eat, and propulsion systems for the Navy’s unmanned underwater vessels, or UUVs.

The technology won’t be able to produce hydrogen in large enough quantities for hydrogen-powered cars, should those become available, CEO David Cade said.

Methods for producing hydrogen from aluminum and water have been around for years, but AlumiFuel has developed proprietary additives that enable it to control the reaction, Cade said.

That, he said, enables it to develop applications tailored to specific tasks, such as generating lift gas for balloons that often are launched from remote areas.

“Nobody else in the world has developed a product like you will see here,” he said of the PBIS-1000.

Cade has a long history in the alternative-energy field. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, he was president and then CEO of Lithium Technology Corp., a Plymouth Meeting-based maker of lithium fuel cells. After that, he was president of the Americas for ABSL Power Solutions Ltd., an English maker of lithium-ion power systems.

AlumiFuel Power Inc. is a subsidiary of a publicly traded company based in Centennial, Colo., that it joined in a reverse merger last year. The publicly traded company used to be called Inhibiton Therapeutics Inc. but changed its name to AlumiFuel Power Corp. after the reverse merger.

Cade said AlumiFuel Power Corp. has formed another subsidiary, AlumiFuel Power International, which will enable it to be traded on the German Bourse and raise money from European investors.

“The Europeans have a more aggressive outlook toward alternative energy,” he said.

AlumiFuel’s growth plans also involve partnerships. Kaymont is its partner for lift-gas applications of its technology and Cade said it’s working with several defense contractors on applications for UUV propulsion systems.

AlumiFuel has two manufacturing partners for its portable balloon inflation systems: Apex Piping Systems Inc. of Newark, Del., which makes the machines; and ActionPak Inc. of Bristol, maker of the cartridges of powdered aluminum and AlumiFuel additives that, when mixed with water, enable the machines to produce hydrogen.

Additionally, AlumiFuel has Drexel University as a research partner. The company is a member of Drexel’s Materials and Nanotechnology Consortium and uses Drexel’s electron microscopes to analyze its material both before and after it reacts with water. It also is using a technology that Drexel is developing called in-situ microscopy that enables it to see its material through an electron microscope as it reacts with water.

“No one has done this for any sort of reaction,” said Sean McIntosh, AlumiFuel’s director of engineering.

The first market AlumiFuel is going after, lift gas, used to be dominated by helium, but a helium shortage has put hydrogen back on the map in the market, which AlumiFuel estimates at $70 million annually and growing.

AlumiFuel’s machine is transportable to remote locations. Users only have to supply it with cartridges, which look like 32-ounce cans, and any type of water available. Other hydrogen systems require users to transport large canisters of the gas to and from their launch sites.

The next application AlumiFuel is closest to having ready is its heaters. It has presented its product concept and test results to the Defense Department, and is working to become qualified as a subcontractor to the three companies that supply prepackaged meals to troops.

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New! Alumifuels Awarded Navy Contract!

This could be HUGE-

AlumiFuel Power, Inc. Technology Selected for Navy R&D Contract Award as Power Source for Unmanned Undersea Vehicles

May 12, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Early production stage hydrogen generation company AlumiFuel Power, Inc. ("API"), the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based wholly owned operating subsidiary of AlumiFuel Power Corporation (the "Company"), announced today that its hydrogen generation technology has been selected for award of a U.S. Navy R&D contract as a novel new hydrogen source for powering future Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (UUVs).

API is part of a team headed by Ingenium Technologies, Inc. ("Ingenium") that was selected for a Phase I award under the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program. The proposal submitted by Ingenium, a Rockford, Illinois-based defense systems integrator, was in response to an STTR solicitation issued by the U.S. Department of the Navy. In this solicitation, the Navy is seeking a novel hydrogen source to power air independent fuel cells for future UUV missions, which is one of API's primary target applications. The Phase I research will focus on developing a refuelable hydrogen generating system using solid fuel cartridges (similar to those developed and used by API for other applications) and to demonstrate the continuous delivery of fuel-cell grade hydrogen for eight hours.

The solicitation described the Navy's requirement as follows: "Underwater vehicles will serve as key elements in the integrated operations of future surface ships and submarines, providing a range of support functions including autonomous surveillance, mine counter measures, and Special Forces transport. However, current power sources for these vehicles (rechargeable silver-zinc batteries or high-energy primary batteries) do not meet the energy requirements for future missions, or they impose a tremendous logistics burden on the host vessel. Fuel cells offer a viable option for meeting mission energy requirements, and at the same time, they can reduce the host vessel logistics burden if the fuel and oxidizer can be stored in a high energy density format."

As the prime contractor, Ingenium will develop the overall system design, with API's hydrogen generation technology as the key fuel source component of the proposed design. In addition to subcontracting power source tasks to API, Ingenium will use Drexel University as its research institution partner. Drexel was included in the proposal because of the relevant AlumiFuel powder research that API conducts at the Drexel Nanotechnology Institute, and the world-class microscopy equipment, facilities and technical personnel at the Institute will add significant contributions to the development effort.

Phase I awards typically are $70,000 for seven months, with a 3-month $30,000 option. The intended project and funding start date is July 1, 2010. Following the successful completion of Phase I R&D, the Ingenium-led STTR team will apply for Phase II funding, which normally entails an award of up to $750,000 and moves the project closer to commercialization. Awards of up to $5 million are typical for Phase III funding, which would result in integration of the technology into different host platforms for subsequent procurement by the Navy.
API has been involved with selected defense contractors in the design of novel energy generators to power U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and commercial UUVs and submersibles for over two years (see API news releases of March 16, 2010 and March 2, 2010). This design work has involved the generation of superheated steam as well as hydrogen.

The API UUV hydrogen generator is based on the same powerful chemical reaction currently used in the PBIS-1000 hydrogen generator used to fill weather balloons (see API news release of April 6, 2010). In this UUV application, however, the hydrogen would be used to power a fuel cell. API's hydrogen generator has already demonstrated the start and stop capabilities of the system, similar to the steam generator.

API's President & CEO, Mr. David Cade, stated, "We are very excited to participate in the development of a UUV power system for the Navy that uses our hydrogen generation technology, which we see as the first step towards development and commercialization of our multiple power source approach for UUVs. This award has given us a wonderful opportunity to take the first step in fielding a novel power source that will offer substantial benefits compared to existing technologies. We are confident that through the combined efforts of the Ingenium team, we will be able to successfully develop and deliver such a power source, which would enhance the Navy's war fighting capabilities."

About Ingenium Technologies, Inc.
Ingenium (Ingenium Technologies > Finite Element Analysis (FEA), systems engineering, mechanical design, electrical design), located in Rockford, Illinois, provides world-class, cost-effective product development services and operations consulting services to a diverse client base. Ingenium's engineering staff of over 150 full-time seasoned professionals comes from a vast array of technical disciplines, with broad experience. Ingenium provides turnkey solutions for complex systems, from concept development to design, analysis, prototyping, and certification for both DoD and commercial customers. Ingenium's clients range in size from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. Ingenium's customers' needs vary from firms that cannot maintain full-time senior engineering resources to businesses that are experiencing peak periods of activity and need to supplement their technical staffs
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In February 2010, the Company formed AlumiFuel Power International, Inc. ("AFPI") and acquired a total of 40,000,000 shares of AFPI common stock through a license agreement executed between the companies and the purchase of AFPI founders stock. The license agreement licenses the Company's intellectual property and trademarks for use by AFPI giving AFPI the right to utilize that intellectual property and market the Company's products to all countries outside of North America. AFPI is presently a more than 90% majority-owned subsidiary of the Company.

In March 2010, the Company and AFPI retained the services of Rathbourne Mercantile, Ltd. to serve as the Company's advisor in connection with the sale of certain of the Company's AFPI shares to institutional investors in the German financial marketplace as well as the listing of AFPI's common stock on the German Deutsche Borse stock exchange. In connection with the Company's proposed sale of the common stock, Rathbourne commissioned a valuation study of AFPI by an independent valuation company, Geneva Rothweil Partners, Ltd., which study opined a market valuation for AFPI at March 31, 2010 of approximately $50,000,000.

The Company's principals have currently scheduled a trip to Germany for the week of June 14, 2010 to meet with institutional investors, stock exchange officials, and potential lead brokers. Although there is no assurance the Company will successfully sell any of its AFPI shares to German institutional investors or complete a listing of AFPI's common stock on the Deutsche B�rse stock exchange, the Company's plan is to pursue this course as a means to raise significant capital to fund the Company's and AFPI's commercialization activities as well as other projects currently in development.

The Geneva Rothweil Partners, Ltd. opinion stated the following:

May 17, 2010

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Dear Rathbourne Mercantile, Ltd.,

The enclosed valuation report has been developed for the exclusive and confidential use of Rathbourne Mercantile, Ltd. The report has been prepared by Geneva Rothweil Partners, Ltd. dated May 17, 2010 and was made by and/or under the direct supervision of the undersigned. The purpose of the valuation is to render an opinion as to the Fair Market Value of the common stock interest, as of March 31, 2010.

In preparing our business valuation report, we have relied upon historical financial information provided to us by management and derived from the companies' Annual report, corporate presentation and projections. This financial information has not been audited, reviewed, or compiled by us and accordingly we do not express an opinion or any form of assurance on this financial information.

Our report is based on historical and prospective financial information provided to us by management and other third parties. Users of this valuation report should be aware that business valuations are based on future earnings potential that may or may not materialize. Therefore, the actual results achieved during the projection period will vary from the projections used in this valuation, and the variations may be material. The accompanying report discusses all the assumptions and limiting conditions that apply to this opinion of value and are integral to the understanding of the opinion

Based upon our study and analytical review procedures, we have concluded that a reasonable estimate of the Fair Market Value of a 100% common stock interest of AlumiFuel Power International, Inc. as of March 31, 2010 is $50,426,200.

This engagement was not contingent upon developing or reporting predetermined results. Our compensation for completing this assignment is not contingent upon the development or reporting of a predetermined value or direction in value that favors the cause of the client, the amount of the value opinion, the attainment of a stipulated result, or the occurrence of a subsequent event directly related to the intended use of this appraisal. Our analyses, opinions, and conclusions were developed, and this report has been prepared, in conformity with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. No one provided significant business appraisal assistance to the person signing this certification.

Sincerely yours,
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