October 6th 2009
Aquygen, now Hydrogen Technology Applications, Inc., announces testing in Ford diesel trucks:
Hydrogen Technology Applications, Inc. (HTA) has recently completed an initial round of testing with a Ford F250 (diesel) and on-board system producing Aquygen gas. HTA was able to show about a 21% increase in fuel economy for these initial tests.
hydrogen generator; hydrogen & oxygen from water; HHO gas (Brown’s Gas)
(actually, 2 molecules of Hydrogen and 1 molecule of Oxygen from 2 molecules of water: 2H2 + O2 )
50% (to 100% water) improved gas mileage
“Most of us are unhappy about gas prices these days, but Denny Klein just turns on the Hybrid Hydrogen Oxygen System (HHOS) and smiles. With the HHOS Aquygen Hydrogen and oxygen Gas is generated on demand and used as a fuel additive in a standard gasoline or diesel engine. We have applied this breakthrough method in two prototype vehicles – a 1994 Ford Escort Wagon and a 1998 Ford Ranger pickup.
- The current prototype vehicle receives a net increase in horsepower and an average increase of 20 to 30 percent in miles per gallon.
- An earlier prototype ran totally on the HHOS (see Fox News video below – his “water mileage” was about 25 miles per ounce – He went 100 miles on 4 ounces of water).
- The HHOS does not affect water or oil temperatures.
- The HHOS can be installed with very little modification to a standard piston engine and so can be retrofitted on nearly any existing automobile.
- Unlike a fuel cell, where hydrogen is stored at a dangerous 10,000 PSI, the HHOS produces Aquygen Gas on demand at less than 60 PSI.
- Exhaust contains minimal emissions and no CO2.
Because the HHOS is evolutionary, not revolutionary (it utilizes the time-tested technology of the internal combustion engine and the existing refueling infrastructure). The HHOS could save billions of dollars in redesign and retooling costs compared to fuel cells.
- The HHOS is in patent pending stage with 39 claims pending.
- The HHOS can be sized (i.e., the level of Aquygen Gas output required) for smaller or larger engines depending on the horsepower and/or electrical (KW hour) deviations per volume of fuel (gas or diesel) consumed.
- The HHOS enhances proven technology, i.e, the internal combustion engine, which has been proven reliable over trillions of miles for more than 100 years.
- The HHOS can be retrofitted on millions of existing gas and diesel fueled vehicles. Fleet vehicles are being specifically targeted now.
- The HHOS would create more jobs now; there`s a huge retrofit market to tap.
- The HHOS is cost efficient. The economic payback could be less than six months.
Maxing Your Mileage
August 16, 2005,
Fox News Chicago
Denny Klein has just patented his process of converting H2O to HHO, producing a gas that combines the atomic power of hydrogen with the chemical stability of water. “It turns right back to water; in fact, you can see the H2O running off the sheet metal.” Klein originally designed his water-burning engine for cutting metal. He thought his invention could replace acetylene in welding factories. “No other gas will do this.” Then one day as he drove to his laboratory, he thought of another way to burn his HHO gas. “On a 100-mile trip, we use about four ounces of water.” Klein says his prototype 1994 Ford Escort can travel exclusively on water – though he currently has it rigged to run as a water and gasoline hybrid. “Simply speaking, our plan is to end our dependence on fossil fuels.” Pete Domeneci is helping Klein take his hydrogen technology patents from a two-room office to consumer markets around the world. The duo is already in negotiations with one U.S. automaker and the U.S. government. Members of Congress recently invited Denny Klein to Washington to demonstrate his technology and his company is currently developing a Hummer for the U.S. military that can run on both water and gasoline. So far, his water-powered engines have passed all performance safety inspections.
Polidics.com — Reporting News the Main Media Refuses to Touch…
Test Car Gets 3000 Miles Per Gallon – OF WATER!
by Mr. Charrington on May 29, 2007
Been some time since Dennis Klein has gone public and talked about his Water to Gas converter that is now being sold on-line at his website. Early testing yielded 100 miles per 4 .oz of water. (128 oz/gal) Initially, [as seen in his video, above], Dennis Klein tells us that we can run a car completely from this converter however, in subsequent videos after Dennis was approached by auto manufactures and the US Government, the story changed. His new version of the story claims that his technology is best as a “gas additive”.
If you contact Dennis and ask him about it, you’ll still get the real deal – you don’t need gas.
The question is, what is stopping us from using this breakthrough technology? Hmmmm.
In one case, one of the six scientists that are now part of Denny Kline’s company, actually laughed when he heard about this Aquygen welding machine claiming it goes against current scientific thinking. However, when he saw a demonstration of it, he left his company and joined Denny Kline and Hydrogen Technologies Applications, Inc.”
Aquygen (a generator that changes the H20 to HHO) sells for about $7000.00 USD and as far as we can tell is only sold in two locations in the United States. New conversion kits for all makes of cars are growing at a very high rate daily. But, don’t expect to get the auto conversion kit from his site today. It won’t be ready till 2008 according to his site.
After Dennis was approached by auto manufactures and the US Government, the story changed. -Charrington, May 29, 2007
“It is all over” Dennis is out. The oil monopoly has taken over.
24 April 2009,
Dennis Klein is now “out” (his invention clipped)
Denny Klein - Founder and Chairman Emeritus
Mr. Klein founded HTA in 1997 was the inventor of HTA’s original technology. … The Company [E-Clips] has acquired all patent rights to Mr. Klein’s inventions.
see the company web page for the names of The Markit Group “Public Relations” officers: http://www.hytechapps.com/team.html who now control HyTechApps, and are guilty of [illegally] controlling a lot more than just HTA. (see the E-Clips, TZ1, Markit story below)
April 24th 2009, 12:32 pm edt
E-clips energy technologies announces development arrangement with [takeover of] hydrogen technology applications, inc.
Saturday, April 25, 2009
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., — E-Clips Energy Technologies, Inc. announced today that the Company has signed a Letter of Intent with Hydrogen Technology Applications, Inc. (HTA) of Clearwater, FL, to co-develop a hydrogen-oxygen injection system to be used in gasoline internal combustion engines and marketed as a part of the Company’s HHO product line.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2009 08:00pm EDT
The Stock Exchange reported that World Energy Solutions Inc. has changed its name to EClips Energy Technologies, Inc.
Investigating The Con
By Jovita Baltrusaityte, May 06, 2009
E-Clips Energy Technologies (ECET.OB) Signing Two Letters of Intent
… I don’t think E-Clips with decreasing assets and increasing liabilities would be able to find even two companies to start business with. Second, there is no 8-K filing to support this agreement [with Aquygen]… I don’t think investors believe in what this release states but rather think of it as hype.
Besides, as this news is not supported, it reminds me more of the stock promotion rather than a real event. …
… E-Clips Energy … is going down if we compare two latest quarters of 2008: in December 2008 the current assets dropped by more than 50%. Meanwhile, gross profit fell down from $66,000 to $29,000.
One more interesting fact is the number of shares issued during the last year. On March 31st, there were about 53 million of shares, while at the end of 2008 this number increased up by over 80% and reached almost 97 million shares outstanding. Aren’t you still suspicious? If not, let me continue. In February 2009, it seemed that the CEO of the company wished to leave the sinking boat because he started selling his shares: sold 30,000 common stocks. In addition, the 10% owner of the company, Utek Corporation, disposed 8,437,500 shares.
TZ1 buys World Energy Solutions, a.k.a. EClips Energy, saving it from bankruptcy
Thursday, 26 Feb 2009 08:30am EST
World Energy Solutions Inc. announced that it has partnered with TZ1 Registry, a global registry and environmental commodities markets infrastructure provider.
TZ1 is owned by Markit
01 July, 2009 – 11:45
Financial information group Markit has acquired the TZ1 environmental registry from the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZX) in an all-share transaction valued at $37.1 million.
17 November 2009 by Mark Mitchell
investigating Markit Group for anti-trust violations
. . . Moreover, credit default swap prices are the primary inputs for important indices (such as the CMBX and the ABX) measuring the movement of the overall market for commercial and home mortgages. In the months leading up to the financial crisis of 2008, short sellers pointed to these indices in order to argue that investment banks – most notably Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers – had overvalued the mortgage debt and property on their books. Meanwhile, several hedge funds [Markit] made billions in profits betting that those indexes would drop.
It should therefore be a matter of some concern that credit default swap “prices” and the indexes derived from them are determined almost entirely by a little company with zero transparency and, it appears probable, a high exposure to influence from market manipulators. The company is called Markit Group, and there is every reason to believe that its CDS-driven indices (the CMBX, the ABX, and several others) are inaccurate, while the credit default swap “prices” that they publish and which rock the market are in fact nowhere close to the prices at which credit default swaps actually trade.
Last year, the media reported that New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo had sent subpoenas to Markit Group as part of an investigation into possible manipulation of credit default swap prices by short sellers. This investigation, like Mr. Cuomo’s other investigations into market manipulation, have yielded no prosecutions.
The Department of Justice is reportedly investigating Markit Group for anti-trust violations. This investigation (which is reportedly focused on how Markit Group packages and sells its information) seems to acknowledge that Market Group has near-monopolistic control of information about credit default swap prices. However, if the press reports are correct, the DOJ has not considered the possible appeal of this monopolistic control to market manipulators.
Meanwhile, Henry Hu, the director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s division of risk, has said that it has been nearly impossible for the SEC to conduct investigations into any matter concerning credit default swaps because the commission does not have access to any data on the trading of CDSs. In itself, this is a shocking admission. It is all the more shocking when one considers that the necessary data exists and might be in the hands of the Markit Group – a black box company based in London.
Here is what we know so far:
Markit Group was co-founded by Rony Grushka, Lance Uggla, and Kevin Gould. Prior to founding Markit Group, Mr. Grushka’s main line of business was investing in Bulgarian property developments. He recently resigned from the board of Orchid Developments Group, an Israeli-invested company based in Sophia, Bulgaria. Messrs. Uggla and Gould formerly worked for Toronto-Dominion Bank in Canada.
Markit Group’s founders also include four hedge funds. However, Markit Group refuses to disclose the names of those hedge funds.
Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and several other investment banks also have ownership stakes in Markit Group.
Ten years ago, there was no such thing as a credit default swap. Six years ago, a very small number of investors traded credit default swaps as hedges against the long-shot possibility of corporate defaults. Nobody looked to credit default swaps as reliable indicators of corporate well-being.
Then, suddenly, there were over $60 trillion in credit default swaps outstanding. That is, over the course of a few years, somebody had made over $60 trillion (many times the gross domestic product) in long shot bets that borrowers would default on their debt. As this derivative risk marbled through the system, the trading in credit default swaps was completely opaque [hidden!]. Nobody knew who bought them, who sold them, or at what price.
But starting in 2001, we knew the “prices” of CDSs. We knew the “prices” because two Canadians [a Bulgarian and a Canadian], a developer of Bulgarian real estate, and four mysterious hedge funds had founded a small, black-box company in London. That company, the Markit Group, achieved near-monopolistic power to publicize the “prices” through its magic process of aggregating quotation information provided by 22 hedge funds and broker-dealers who could well have been betting on the downstream effects of sudden price changes.
These “prices” were not prices in any meaningful sense of the term. But, suddenly, these “prices” became perhaps the single most important indicator of corporate well-being. Assuming that those four hedge funds and the 22 “contributors” (or hedge funds affiliated with them) bet against public companies, it seems more than possible that short-sellers got to run the craps table, call the dice, and place bets, all at the same time.
So perhaps it is not surprising that a lot of long-shot [a.k.a., orchestrated!] rolls paid off quite nicely.
Markit goes from barn to £3bn sell-off
By MARK FOXWELL
Last updated at 10:53 PM on 21st November 2009
Markit is now 70 per cent-owned by more than 15 worldwide banks, including Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Merrill Lynch, some of which are thought to be pushing for a sale.