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Cyclone Power Technologies, Inc. (CYPW.PK) is “One to Watch”

Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Cyclone Power Technologies is dedicated to bringing revolutionary breakthroughs in technology that will enable us to live in harmony with the environment. The company recognizes that our reliance on fossil fuels is becoming a troublesome issue, as is the burning of those fuels and the harmful effect it has on our planet.

Cyclone Power Technologies’ Green Revolution Engine is a serious step in the right direction. The company describes it as a highly advanced, external combustion engine with several advantages over traditional internal combustion mechanisms. Cyclone’s engine boasts an external combustion chamber that heats a de-ionized water solution, which in turn will expand to move a turbine, or a set of pistons. Because combustion is achieved outside of the closed system, the Green Revolution Engine can operate on virtually any type of fuel. It is no surprise that Cyclone chose to use the word ‘revolution’ in the product’s title.

Recent successful tests of the award-winning engine have led to a research and development contract with the Raytheon Company, with the intent to further subject the engine to crucial testing. With regard to the agreement, Cyclone CEO Harry Schoell stated: “This relationship provides us with an enormous opportunity to utilize our multi-fuel engine technology in exciting and important new areas. We are very pleased to be working with Raytheon on this development project.”

The agreement illustrates the enormous potential of Cyclone’s engine, and indeed, Cyclone Power itself.

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OTCPicks Featured Company: Cyclone Power Technologies, Inc. (CYPW.PK) Awarded for Environmental Achievement

Tuesday, May 6th, 2008

Cyclone Power Technologies, Inc. (OTC: CYPW) was recently named the Environmental Business of the Year by the Environmental Protection Department of Broward County, Florida. The award presentation came during the county’s Emerald Awards, which recognizes various achievements of local businesses that take actions to protect and preserve the environment. More than 12 other Emerald Award winners were considered for the distinguished award.

The company researched statistics concerning the reduction of gasoline and projected that, if 10% of lawn mowers in the state of Florida converted to a Cyclone Engine, consumers could save over 12 million gallons of gasoline annually, and reduce ground spillage of gas and motor oil by an estimated 100,000 gallons. This would result in a reduction of 127, 200 pounds of hydrocarbons, 1,200 pounds of nitrogen oxides, and 3,360 pounds of irritating particles in the atmosphere. There would also be the possibility of reducing over 1 million pounds of carbon dioxide emissions by replacing regular fuels with carbon-neutral biofuels.

The projected arrival of the company’s first commercially available engine is 2009. with walk-behind lawn mower applications potentially entering the marketplace late next year. Development and testing has already commenced for engines used in portable generators, riding mowers, off-road equipment, automobiles, trucks, buses, locomotives and ships.

Harry Schoell, CEO of Cyclone Power Technologies, said, “We are working hard to bring the Cyclone engine to the public, as we know its impact on creating a healthier environment will be enormous. We are so pleased that our technology has been recognized and elevated by our local environmental protection department.”

The Cyclone Engine – developed by President and CEO, Harry Schoell – regenerates its heat, allowing it to run cleaner, cooler and more efficiently than traditional internal combustion engines. It is fully capable of running on any liquid or gaseous fuel, including ethanol, bio-diesel and propane. The company’s stock rose 71.43% on Monday.

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Beacon Equity Research Featured Company: Cyclone Power Technologies, Inc. (CYPW.PK)

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

Cyclone Power Technologies, Inc. (CYPW) designs and licenses green engine technology. The Company has a new environmentally safe engine known as the ‘Green Revolution EngineTM’. The Cyclone Engine is multi-fuel capable, has high efficient external combustion, and is heat regenerative.

Cyclone Power is expecting to commercialize its technology and generate revenues of $4 million dollars in 2008. The company is already recognized by over 100 venture capital firms as having huge potential with its technology. Cyclone Power Technologies was selected as the 2005 state winner of the “Pitching Across America” venture capital competition.

Cyclone’s multi-purpose engine is available to be used commercially and industrially. Uses for the engine include generators, lawn care equipment, commercial boats, buses, trucks, appliances, power tools, and many other various applications. The multiple application availability provides the company with more revenue streams and dynamic sales options.

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Cyclone Power up on News of Engine Advancements

Monday, July 30th, 2007

Cyclone Power up on News of Engine AdvancementsPOMPANO BEACH, Fla. (July 30, 2007) – Share prices for alternative power expert Cyclone Power Technologies (Pink Sheets: CYPW) rose an impressive 16 percent on market open today, thanks to the news that the company has made “material advancements” on its patent-pending Green Revolution Engine.

Wilson McQueen, a spokesman for the company, was thrilled to talk about his company’s engine.

“We’ve got an engine that’s got all sorts of benefits and none of the drawbacks of the internal combustion engine,” McQueen told MN1. “This external combustion engine … number one, it’ll run on any fuel. I’m talking about any liquid fuel, I’m talking about gaseous fuels, and I’m also talking about certain solid fuels. It’s a BTU-driven engine; in other words, if you can light something on fire and produce heat, this engine will run off of it.”

According to the company’s statement, the Cyclone condenser has a “cylindrical design with over four times the surface space of a radiator found on a comparable internal combustion engine” which is “critical for the operation of the Green Revolution Engine which traps and recycles up to 30 percent of its own heat,” making it more efficient at burning almost any fuel type, including but not limited to gasoline, diesel, ethanol and propane.

Because of these changes, Cyclone Power expects that its Green Revolution Engine will cost less to manufacture, less to operate, and less to maintain that traditional internal combustion engines. However, the company claims that it is “highly scalable” and “sufficiently powerful for applications ranging from lawn equipment and small home generators.”

“Because it doesn’t run at the extreme temperatures that occur within the internal combustion engine … it does not produce any of the harmful gases like carbon monoxide, nitrous oxide, all that particulate matter, and the benzopyrene that diesel produces,” McQueen said. “So we have all sorts of environmental benefits with that. Now the engine, besides being multifuel and besides the very low emissions, doesn’t have any oil in the system whatsoever. It’s water-lubricated; the whole working fluid is de-ionized water, so there’s no oil in there.”

Still, McQueen was careful to give credit where credit was due. He told MN1 how the engine was the brainchild of Cyclone Power’s president and CEO, Harry Schoell.

“One man invented the whole thing,” McQueen said. “[Harry Schoell] is a genius. He got his first patent when he was 18 years old. His father was an inventor, his grandfather was an inventor, and he’s an inventor. Being a marine architect, he’s very familiar with water-lubricated bearings, and he’s also been into steam engines for many, many years. He realized the downfall of the steam engine was that it was oil lubricated.”

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Cyclone Power up on News of Engine Advancements

Monday, July 30th, 2007

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (July 30, 2007) – Share prices for alternative power expert Cyclone Power Technologies (Pink Sheets: CYPW) rose an impressive 16 percent on market open today, thanks to the news that the company has made “material advancements” on its patent-pending Green Revolution Engine.

Wilson McQueen, a spokesman for the company, was thrilled to talk about his company’s engine.

“We’ve got an engine that’s got all sorts of benefits and none of the drawbacks of the internal combustion engine,” McQueen told MN1. “This external combustion engine … number one, it’ll run on any fuel. I’m talking about any liquid fuel, I’m talking about gaseous fuels, and I’m also talking about certain solid fuels. It’s a BTU-driven engine; in other words, if you can light something on fire and produce heat, this engine will run off of it.”

According to the company’s statement, the Cyclone condenser has a “cylindrical design with over four times the surface space of a radiator found on a comparable internal combustion engine” which is “critical for the operation of the Green Revolution Engine which traps and recycles up to 30 percent of its own heat,” making it more efficient at burning almost any fuel type, including but not limited to gasoline, diesel, ethanol and propane.

Because of these changes, Cyclone Power expects that its Green Revolution Engine will cost less to manufacture, less to operate, and less to maintain that traditional internal combustion engines. However, the company claims that it is “highly scalable” and “sufficiently powerful for applications ranging from lawn equipment and small home generators.”

“Because it doesn’t run at the extreme temperatures that occur within the internal combustion engine … it does not produce any of the harmful gases like carbon monoxide, nitrous oxide, all that particulate matter, and the benzopyrene that diesel produces,” McQueen said. “So we have all sorts of environmental benefits with that. Now the engine, besides being multifuel and besides the very low emissions, doesn’t have any oil in the system whatsoever. It’s water-lubricated; the whole working fluid is de-ionized water, so there’s no oil in there.”

Still, McQueen was careful to give credit where credit was due. He told MN1 how the engine was the brainchild of Cyclone Power’s president and CEO, Harry Schoell.

“One man invented the whole thing,” McQueen said. “[Harry Schoell] is a genius. He got his first patent when he was 18 years old. His father was an inventor, his grandfather was an inventor, and he’s an inventor. Being a marine architect, he’s very familiar with water-lubricated bearings, and he’s also been into steam engines for many, many years. He realized the downfall of the steam engine was that it was oil lubricated.”

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Beacon Equity Research Client: Cyclone Power Technologies (CYPW.PK) Recently Announced New License Option

Friday, July 27th, 2007

Cyclone Power recently announced that it signed an option for a second license agreement with Advent Power Systems. Under the terms, Advent will have the exclusive right to pursue commercial applications for Cyclone’s high-performance Green Revolution Engine with the U.S. Postal Department.

Advent paid Cyclone a deposit upon signing the option and has agreed to pay an initial $1,000,000 royalty and a continuing per-unit royalty once the option is exercised.

The President & CEO of Cyclone stated, “Our Green Revolution Engine(tm) is ideal for Post Office vehicles, as the fuel actually shuts off when the vehicle is stopped and does not need to idle, making this engine a highly-efficient, earth-friendly technology for the 1000s of postal delivery trucks on America’s streets.”

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Wall Street News Alert Features Cyclone Power Technologies, Inc. (CYPW.PK) as the Company Files for Additional Patents

Tuesday, July 24th, 2007

Cyclone Power Technologies announced that it has filed US patent applications for 11 major components that are already covered by an international PCT filing. The new pending patents bring the total pending patents to 48.

Harry Schoell, Cyclone’s President and CEO, stated, “We are committed to promoting the long term interests of the company and its shareholders by protecting our intellectual property worldwide. Green energy technology is what the world needs and we feel that we have the right product in the right place at the right time.”

The company’s environmentally friendly Cyclone Engine is designed to efficiently use any liquid or gaseous fuel to create more power than current gas or diesel combustion engines. The unique engine is scalable in its size and output so that it can be used for a range of different applications.

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Cyclone Power Technologies (CYPW.OB) Close to Marketing External Combustion Engine

Friday, July 13th, 2007

The cost of fuel is probably the main reason travelers have been searching for better engines. The reality is, there are a number of companies out there trying to better environmental engine technologies, but Cyclone Power Technologies (Pink Sheets: CYPW) believes it has the best solution available, and is very close to proving it.The Schoell Cyclone Engine was developed by Cyclone’s President and CEO Harry Schoell with the goal to develop a more environmentally friendly and highly efficient external combustion heat-regenerative engine.

The engine will be capable of running on any liquid or gaseous fuel, including ethanol and propane, and will be lubricated with water instead of oil. This technique should increase power and significantly lower emissions by eliminating oil pumps, radiators, catalytic converters and fuel injectors. Not to mention this should be much easier to operate and maintain.

Say goodbye to oil changes … just add water.

The company has already successfully bench-tested single and twin cylinder engines in the smaller power range and four 6-cylinder engines are currently being assembled. The company feels they are well ahead of the curve and beyond the proof of concept stage.

As mentioned above, many competitors are searching for a place in this race for “the” environmentally clean engine. However, CYPW notes on its Web site that a lot of this technology comes up short when compared to The Cyclone Engine.

CYPW argues that fuel cell technology runs on clean burning hydrogen, but the advantages are offset by the expense and bulk of the technology as well as the cost of creating, storing, and delivering fuel grade hydrogen.

Clean running electric vehicles are certainly enticing, but are limited to short ranges and must be recharged by electricity from a coal, diesel or nuclear fueled power plant.

Finally diesel and gas internal combustion engines are efficient, light, and cheap to manufacture, but they are dirty and hazardous to one’s health.

According to CYPW, The Cyclone Engine steps up in the areas all other competitors fall short.

The Cyclone Engine utilizes an external combustion where the fuel is burned in a controlled environment, similar to heating a home or electric power plants. The engine also uses an internal lubricant that is the same as the working fluid which is deionized water

Cyclone Power Technologies (CYPW.PK) and The Engine of Tomorrow

Thursday, July 12th, 2007

Discovering new engines to replace traditional diesel and gasoline engines are presently on the forefront of new technology. This alternative needs to be highly efficient and have the ability to reduce the amount of emissions omitted into the earth’s atmosphere.Cyclone Power Technologies (Pink Sheets: CYPW) CEO, Harry Schoell, has created the Schoell Cycle Cyclone Heat Regenerative External Combustion Engine. This engine has the ability to run on a multiple different fuel sources like alcohol, kerosene, biodiesel, and hydrogen, besides the normal diesel and gas choices.

The 6 cylinder Mark V Cyclone requires no starter motor, external radiator, muffler, or even a transmission, and since this is a clean engine it also does not require a catalytic system or smog pumps. The engine temperatures don’t run high enough to generate alot of carbon monoxide, no nitrous oxide, and releases only a minimal amount of emissions. The engine doesn’t require any oil and you can mix several fuels together at once and it will still run at full capacity.

Wilson McQueen, vice president of marketing, stated, “this engine has what everyone has been looking for, it will help release us from foreign oil dependency as well as clean the environment that we live in.”

Last year, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) awarded the Cyclone engine the Innovation of the Year award. After the event, Cyclone Power quickly patented this technology. According to McQueen this engine is the only one of its kind that is suited to pass the Tier 3 and 4 compliances set in place by the government effective in 2010.

Cyclone Power plans on licensing out the technology to auto manufacturers around the globe because the worldwide need to reduce the amount of emissions emitted. The plan is to start small with lawn mowers and eventually move into the auto industry. The Cyclone engine could conceivably one day replace gasoline and diesel engines.

The company’s stock price has gained about 20 percent today, or 20 cents, to $1.25. Since July 5th the share price has increased a dollar when it was at its low of 25 cents.

Cyclone Power is on the cutting edge of the latest technology in emission reducing engines. Just like in “Back to the Future 2″, Dr. Brown shows up in his flying car and dumps all kinds of items into the engine of his car and tells Marty that this was the way of the future. Cyclone Power Technologies engine has brought that dream into reality with their ability to mix and match different fuel types to efficiently run the engines.