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Ecotality, Inc., (ETLY) a development stage company, develops and commercializes electric power cell technology. It focuses on the design and license of an electric power cell for use in motorized vehicles and industrial equipment. A power or fuel cell is an electrochemical device that combines hydrogen and oxygen to produce electric power without combustion. The company was founded in 1999 as Alchemy Enterprises, Ltd. and changed its name to Ecotality, Inc. in November 2006. Ecotality, Inc. is based in Scottsdale, Arizona.

ECOtality, Inc. (ECTY) Joins with Regency Centers at 19 Locations Nationwide

March 22, 2012

ECOtality is a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies with a history dating back to 1989. The company’s goal is to accelerate the market applications and acceptance of clean technologies to replace carbon-based fuels.

The company announced today that it entered into a partnership with Regency Centers (NYSE: REG) to install Blink brand electric vehicle charging stations at 19 Regency locations nationwide. The two companies worked together to identify the 19 sites and approximately 40 charging stations to be installed in markets in California, Arizona, Texas, Oregon, Tennessee, and the District of Columbia.

Regency Centers is just the latest partner to join the EV Project which is managed by ECOtality. The project’s goal is to provide an electric vehicle infrastructure (charging stations) to support the deployment of electric vehicles in key cities and metropolitan areas.

ECOtality’s Blink network of charging stations provides electric vehicle drivers the freedom to travel as they choose and conveniently charge their vehicles at Blink commercial locations along the way. In order to do so, ECOtality must continue to build relationships with major nationwide property owners such as Regency Centers. The Blink network is already the largest network of electric vehicle smart-charging stations in North America.

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ECOtality, Inc. (ECTY) Announces $24.6 Million Contract for Advanced Vehicle Testing & Evaluation by U.S. Department of Energy

October 6, 2011

ECOtality, Inc., a company that provides clean electric transportation and storage technologies in the United States and internationally, announced that it has been awarded a $24.6 million contract by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to carry out the DOE’s Advanced Vehicle Testing and Evaluation (AVTE) project.

“ECOtality has been a vehicle testing partner for the Department of Energy for more than a decade. We pride ourselves on our important work in this field,” said Don Karner, President of ECOtality North America. “The work conducted under the Advanced Vehicle Testing and Evaluation project will play a crucial role in evaluating future vehicle technologies.”

The main objective of the Advanced Vehicle Testing and Evaluation project is to provide key data for technology modeling, and research and development programs, by validating and benchmarking the performance for the varying light, medium, and heavy duty vehicles. The technologies being evaluated include: plug-in hybrid electric vehicles; hybrid electric, pure electric, extended range electric vehicles; hydraulic vehicles; advanced electric drive and engine technologies; advanced energy storage chemistries and technologies; advanced climate control, power electronic, other ancillary system technologies; and internal combustion engines burning more advanced fuels.

“We look forward to continuing our work with the Department of Energy to produce unbiased performance data on advanced vehicle technologies that can further reduce our dependence on foreign oil,” said Jonathan Read, CEO of ECOtality, Inc. “Projects such as these highlight the relevancy of ECOtality’s work and continue to position us as a leader in advanced vehicle transportation. The Advanced Vehicle Testing and Evaluation project allows us to better understand new and emerging vehicle technologies that will impact the future of transportation and the nation as a whole.”

With an extensive history in electric transportation that dates back to the year 1989, ECOtality North America, a wholly owned subsidiary of ECOtality, has become a well known leader in the research, development, and the testing of energy systems and advanced transportation. ECOtality has been a testing partner for the U.S. Department of Energy’s AVTA for the last 13 years, and has worked with the DOE, industry stakeholders, and vehicle manufacturers for the development of test procedures utilized to conduct accelerated, fleet, baseline, and battery testing. To date, ECOtality has conducted testing for more than 1,250 advanced vehicles and has amassed to more than 11 million test miles in support of the DOE’s Advanced Vehicle Testing Activity.

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ECOtality, Inc. (ECTY) Celebrates Blink® Pedestal Charging Stations in San Diego Metro Area

June 16, 2011

ECOtality, Inc., a provider of clean electric transportation and storage technologies in the US and abroad, recently celebrated its Blink® Pedestal charging station installation in San Diego in the metropolitan area. Local stakeholders, elected officials, EV drivers, and company representatives came together outside the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park, one of the five in the series of events that will be celebrating the installations of the commercial and publicly available charging stations in the EV Project markets. Balboa Park, which is located in the heart of San Diego, currently houses 10 Blink Pedestal chargers.

“San Diego has been a terrific project market for ECOtality, and its high levels of consumer and stakeholder interest make it an excellent proving ground for electric vehicles,” said Jonathan Read, CEO of ECOtality. “The Blink charging stations installed at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and at the San Diego Air & Space Museum—as well as the commercial Blink charging stations appearing in EV Project markets nationwide—underscores our commitment to smart EV deployment and placing charging stations at locations that fit the lifestyle of EV drivers.”

“A well-planned charging network tears down a significant barrier to adopting electric vehicles,” Mayor Jerry Sanders said. “I’m proud San Diego will be one of the first cities in the nation to encourage residents to purchase EVs, and that we’ll serve as a model for other cities as they look to deploy their charging infrastructures.”

ECOtality initiated the installations of its Blink Level 2 Residential charging stations in EV Project areas across the nation in December of 2010, and has since then completed more than 1,400 installations. In the last few months, ECOtality has been very actively installing Blink Pedestal chargers in commercial and public sites. The company strives to have approximately 1,000 Level 2 commercial and public charging stations installed in the metropolitan areas of San Diego by the end of the year, along with 30 Blink DC Fast Chargers that are available publicly.

At Balboa Park, ECOtality has installed three Blink Pedestal chargers in the parking lot located outside of the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and seven charging stations located outside of the San Diego Air & Space Museum adjacent to the San Diego Municipal Gym.

“The installation of electric vehicle charging stations outside of the Fleet presents an exciting opportunity to highlight the importance of environmental stewardship to our visitors,” said Dr. Jeffrey Kirsch, Executive Director of the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center. “In conjunction with two current exhibitions focused on sustainability, ‘So WATT: An Illuminating Look at Energy,’ and ‘San Diego’s Water: From Source to Tap,’ we hope to add an exhibit component within the science center where visitors will be able to learn more about electric vehicles and make real-life connections to the outside charging stations.”

The event marks the culmination of almost a year and a half of planning. Locations of the public charging stations were selected utilizing ECOtality’s Micro-Climate™ planning process, which uses the input from regional partners and takes into account a variety of factors, which include traffic patterns and the locations of regional attractions, employment centers, retail hubs, as well as input from regional partners.

“This electric vehicle project signifies the State’s commitment to diversify how California uses cleaner vehicles and fuels to transport people and goods on our state’s roads and highways. Ten years from now we will look back and remember these early charger installations as the first steps in getting one million electric vehicles on the road,” stated California Energy Commission Vice Chair James Boyd.

“This is another example of how San Diego is leading the way when it comes to energy innovation,” said U.S. Rep. Susan Davis. “Electric vehicles provide a lower cost, cleaner alternative to transportation powered with expensive oil. Made possible by the economic stimulus bill, these federal investments in deploying public charging infrastructure—such as The EV Project—benefit all electric vehicle owners and manufacturers while enhancing our energy security and creating jobs for all Americans.”

ECOtality is currently discussing with private and public property owners for the installation of public charging stations, and has partnered with national retailer which include Sears, Macy’s, BP/Arco, Cracker Barrel and Best Buy, as well as leading commercial real estate company Jones Lang LaSalle. The company is also working with other EV Project stakeholders, which include SDG&E, to help choose site locations for charging stations and improve installation logistics.

“San Diego Gas & Electric looks forward to working with ECOtality, the City of San Diego, the California Energy Commission, SANDAG and other community leaders to make San Diego America’s Finest Plug In City,” said James P. Avery, SDG&E senior vice president, power supply.

The Blink Pedestal Chargers offer intelligent, user-friendly features that safely and intuitively charge EVs. They include a seven-inch interactive color touch screen and web-based delivery through the Blink Network.

“Vehicles like my all-electric Nissan Leaf, and the availability of charging stations across the county, will help move America away from its dependence on foreign oil, give San Diegans an exhaust-pipe free way to get around, and help to achieve the goals of our Regional Transportation Plan by reducing per capita greenhouse gas emissions,” said Encinitas Deputy Mayor Jerome Stocks, chair of the SANDAG Board of Directors.

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ECOtality, Inc. (ECTY) is “One to Watch”

March 28, 2011

ECOtality, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California, leads the industry in clean electric transportation and storage technologies. Through innovation, acquisitions, and strategic partnerships, the company focuses on accelerating the market applicability of advanced electric technologies to replace carbon-based fuels.

Fully committed to developing and commercially advanced clean energy solutions and environmentally friendly products, ECOtality’s products, technologies and services currently include:

Electric Vehicles: ECOtality North America is a recognized leader in the research, development and testing of advanced transportation and energy systems. The subsidiary specializes in the fields of alternative-fuel, hybrid (HEV), plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and electric vehicles (EV) and infrastructures. With a history in electric transportation that dates back to 1989, ECOtality North America has worked on every EV initiative in North America since the 1990’s.

Fast Charging: Specifically developed for electrical vehicles, airport ground support equipment, material handling, neighborhood electric vehicle operations, and marine and transit applications, the exclusively patented ECOtality North America Minit-Charger line of battery fast-charging systems is based on advanced algorithms that allow faster charging with less heat generation and longer battery life than any other fast charge system available.

Blink: The Blink network offers residential and commercial charge stations for electric vehicles. The network allows businesses and individuals to safely and efficiently charge their electric vehicles at the lowest utility rates. The company has designed Blink too not only be iconic and modern, but also practical and safe.

EV Micro-Climates: ECOtality’s EV Micro-Climate program is designed to advance select areas for the adoption of electric transportation. Beginning with extensive feasibility and infrastructure planning studies, the program provides a blueprint for a comprehensive EV infrastructure system and provides detailed action plans for its successful execution and continued maintenance.

Energy Storage: Innergy Power Corporation, another subsidiary of ECOtality, manufactures and develops high-quality ThinLine energy cells and rechargeable batteries that are used in a wide variety of applications where form factor is an essential design element. Innergy Power produces the world’s thinnest SLA (ThinLine) batteries, which offer significant advantages in reliability, safety, and run time, while having no memory effect.

Solar: Innergy Power Corporation also manufactures a variety of solar photovoltaic (PV) products that address the burgeoning worldwide demand for renewable solar energy products. The subsidiary’s fiberglass reinforced panel (FRP) solar modules are designed to meet a broad range of applications for emergency preparedness and recreation, where quality, durability, rugged construction and light weight are important in the outdoor environment.

Fuel Cells: ECOtality also the parent company of Fuel Cell Store, the leading international retailer of fuel cell products. A website-based business, Fuel Cell Store features quality products from more vendors than any other site as well as an experienced and knowledgeable staff for technical and product support, conferences, workshops, laboratory development and consulting services.

On Wednesday, March 23, 2011, ECOtality announced that it has expanded the installation of its flagship Blink™ Level 2 Residential Charging Station to Tucson, Arizona residences. As project manager of The EV Project, the largest rollout of electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure and EVs in history, the company will install Blink home EV chargers in homes throughout project regions nationwide to support the launch of 8,300 EVs.

Colleen Crowninshield, manager of the Clean Cities Coalition at Pima Association of Governments (PAG), stated, “PAG Tucson Regional Clean Cities Coalition is proud to be a part of the largest deployment of electric vehicle infrastructure in the nation’s history. Working with our Clean Cities Coalition Members and ECOtality, PAG’s Clean Cities Program is excited to begin the residential installation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, here in Tucson, to help secure America’s energy independence for our future.”

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLE.OB) Debuts Networked Software Platform for Electric Vehicles

January 26, 2010

ECOtality, Inc. in many respects could be considered the tip of the spear in the fight to create alternative solutions to fossil fuels. This Scottsdale, Arizona-based company, a leader in electric transportation and storage, revealed today the first generation of new Internet-based software suites for advanced Electric Vehicle (EV) charging.

Developed by wholly-owned ETLE subsidiary Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation, or eTec, the new software will be shown later this week at the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) conference, which will be held in D.C. to coincide with the Washington Auto Show, and there is currently a demonstration of the software online at

President and CEO of ETLE Jonathan Read highlighted some of the benefits of the new software platform, such as its ability to allow EV drivers to log in and check the status of their vehicle at any ECOtality charge station, where owners can “initiate and control the vehicle charging”. The system also allows EV owners to find the nearest charging station.

Read said this innovative move forward for the Company was huge and would further “cement our role as the leading EV solutions provider”.

Convenience and cost savings are the central design concept for the new software, which – because it allows owners to program the time of day the vehicle will be charged – provides the ability to choose cheap, “off-peak” intervals for charging at times favorable to owner’s individual schedules.

With constant real-time updating via email and text messages to remind the user to charge (or if there is a change in service), and with a Geographic Information System (GIS)-based solver to help drivers identify charger locations and availability, the software platform is custom-made to address the major concerns EV users have.

Read continued to explain the benefits of the new software by pointing out its function as a transition factor, helping to ease the move from “gas to electric powered vehicles”, by empowering the end user to determine when and where to charge, “and providing them peace of mind, knowing that a way to charge is always just around the corner”.

Read also noted that the data generated from the use of the software would help the Company to better understand the needs of EV consumers, helping to “develop economically viable business models for the industry”.

The software is being developed by eTec for The EV Project, the well-known EV infrastructure expansion program, with some funding from the $100M cooperative federal grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and awarded as part of The EV Project.

One main goal of The EV Project is to create roughly 11,210 EV charging stations in major markets throughout the U.S., including: Arizona, Washington, Oregon, California, and Tennessee, where the technology will be well-received.

The software will be freely provided to participants in The EV Project, and the data generated through its use will also help to evaluate the overall effectiveness of the project itself.

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLE.OB) Hosts Arizona Debut of Nissan ‘LEAF’

December 30, 2009

ECOtality Inc. is a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies. One of the company’s subsidiaries, Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec) will join Nissan North America this week for the debut of the zero-emission LEAF electric vehicle in Arizona.

Nissan has taken the LEAF on a tour of 22 cities in 11 states, as well as the District of Columbia and Vancouver, Canada. The tour offers the opportunity for interested drivers, business and media to learn more about the Nissan LEAF and the benefits of zero-emission driving.

In August 2009, ECOtality’s eTec was awarded a federal grant of nearly $100 million from the US Department of Energy to facilitate ‘The EV Project’, the largest rollout of electric-vehicle infrastructure in the United States. The grant is funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act which was part of President Obama’s stimulus package.

The EV Project will establish approximately 11,210 electric vehicle charging stations in home-base, commercial and public locations to support the public adoption of plug-in vehicles in major markets in five states: Arizona (Tuscon and Phoenix metropolitan areas), Washington (Seattle area), California (San Diego area), Oregon (Portland, Salem, Corvallis and Eugene areas) and Tennessee (Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga areas).

ECOtality believes the EV Project is the start of something big. The company’s CEO, Jonathan Read, said, “The electric vehicle infrastructure we build in the United States will allow drivers to make the shift away from fossil fuels towards cleaner and more sustainable transportation.”

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ECOtality Inc.’s (ETLY.OB) eTec Awarded $8 Million from California Energy Commission

August 31, 2009

ECOtality Inc. is a young company that has quickly become a known leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies. Today the company announced that its subsidiary Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec) has been awarded $8 million from the California Energy Commission to support the largest-ever transportation electrification project. California is well known for its attempts to reduce energy consumption. The enactment of this has pledge has resulted in buildings being subject to title 24 which has had a positive impact on energy use.

With this $8 million award, eTec will be able to support the deployment of charge infrastructure and electric vehicles (EV’s) in the San Diego region. This will serve as part of eTec’s “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Cost Share: Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program.”

When asked about the ramifications to eTec, Don Karner who serves as the president of the subsidiary stated, “As eTec’s proposed project to the U.S. Department of Energy is anticipated to deploy up to 2,550 charging stations in the San Diego area, this additional funding from the California Energy Commission will allow for a substantial increase in the amount of charge infrastructure deployed in the region.” Karner also seemed very appreciate of the commission when he said, “We’d like to thank the California Energy Commission and the State of California for their support of the largest transportation electrification project ever and commend their strategic foresight in positioning California as a leader in electric transportation.”

The California Energy Commission awarded funds to projects that successfully received federal funds from the U.S. Department of Energy’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) Transportation Electrification Funding Opportunity Announcement. On August 5, 2009 eTec was awarded a record $99.8 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to implement the largest deployment of electric vehicles (EVs) and charging infrastructure in U.S. history.

In the subsidiary’s proposed project to the U.S. Department of Energy, eTec has formed an alliance with Nissan North America to deploy as many as 5,000 Nissan LEAF EV’s and approximately 12,750 charging stations to be located in Arizona, California, Oregon, Tennessee and Washington. This plan will spread the notoriety of the company.

Jonathan Read who serves as President and CEO of ECOtality was quoted saying, “The California Energy Commission award affirms the position of the State of California at the forefront of the electric transportation evolution and ensures that the San Diego region will have one of the most advanced EV charging infrastructures in the world. As the eTec project undertakes to make America EV ready, stimulate job creation and enhance our energy independence, this additional funding will help us achieve these important objectives.”

San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG& E), a regional partner of eTec, will play a vital role in numerous aspects of this project. When asked about the impact to their company, Debra L. Reed, President and CEO of San Diego Gas & Electric said, “As a strategic partner on the eTec project, we’d like to thank the California Energy Commission for its funding award to the transportation electrification project. With this award, we now have the resources available to make the San Diego region first in the nation when it comes to truly being plug-in ready for electric transportation.”

While there are many entities that will benefit from eTec’s award, there seems to be a consensus that ECOtality may end up becoming a major player on Wall Street. Currently, ECOtality is trading in the $0.12-13 range, but with this news and a strong and aggressive management team in place, ECOtality may be a sleeping giant that all investors dream of.

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ECOtality Inc. (ETLY.OB) to Establish Joint Venture with Shenzhen Goch, Poised to Capitalize on Growing Electric Vehicle Market

July 6, 2009

ECOtality Inc. moves through innovation, acquisitions and strategic partnerships to maintain its position as a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies. The company has focused on the electric vehicle (EV) market since the 1990s, which is expected to grow to nearly $2 billion in the next six years.

The company today announced it has signed a letter of intent to enter into a joint venture with Shenzhen Goch Investment Ltd., a China-based investment holding company focused on high-tech, financial services and commercial property development. The joint venture is in line with ECOtality’s business plan and will provide $15 million for manufacturing and distribution operations for electric vehicle (EV) charging systems in China, $2.5 million of which ECOtality received today.

Jonathan Read, president and CEO of ECOtality, said the relationship with Shenzhen Goch will strengthen ECOtality’s domestic and international presence.

“Shenzhen Goch Investment is a strong strategic partner that provides the knowledge and financial resources for ECOtality to successfully enter into the largest potential market for EVs and their supporting infrastructure – China,” Read stated in the press release. “As we prepare for the commercial launch of grid-connected vehicles, the direct investment and joint venture with Shenzhen Goch Investment allows us to strengthen and expand our U.S. operations by internationally extending the reach of our technology leadership.”

According to a recent report by Pike Research, the EV market is expected to reach $1.9 billion by 2015, with China leading the industry on a global scale, securing 47.8 percent of annual sales of charging station installations.

“As electric vehicles are one of the most viable solutions for China’s energy and environmental concerns, we are working with multiple local governments and strategic partners in China to establish a robust charging network that will foster the public adoption of electric vehicles,” Dr. Dongsheng Gong, founder and chairman of Shenzhen Goch. “With ECOtality’s advanced fast-charging technology and industry-leading experience in electric vehicle infrastructure, this partnership will provide cost-effective charging systems that will enable clean electric transportation in China and globally expand the accessibility of electric vehicle technologies.”

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Listed as One of Entrepreneur Magazine’s Companies to Watch

May 27, 2009

ECOtality, Inc. announced that is has been listed by Entrepreneur magazine as one of the nation’s 100 Brilliant Companies to Watch. Specifically, ECOtality is listed within the Alternative Energy category, which the magazine considers to be one of the 10 hottest industry categories.

“Companies like ECOtality are proving that with brainpower, determination and good timing, businesses can trump even the toughest of economic challenges,” stated Amy Cosper, VP/Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur. “Those named to the 100 Companies to Watch are just that—ones to watch—that could reach new heights for growth among 10 industries with a combined $5 trillion in opportunity.”

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Encouraged by Obama’s Clean Energy Policy

November 6, 2008

ECOtality, Inc., a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, expressed optimism today about President-elect Obama’s comprehensive energy plan, a set of programs that would invest billions of dollars in support of hybrid and electric vehicle development. The press release applauded the move to confront the country’s dependence on foreign oil, building a clean energy future for America, and pointed to key elements of the plan:

• $150 billion invested over 10 years for the commercialization of plug-in hybrid vehicles, renewable energy, low-emission coal plants, fuel infrastructure upgrades, and a new digital electricity grid
• Commitment that half of all cars purchased by the federal government will be hybrids or EV by 2012
• $7,000 tax credit toward the purchase of, or conversion to, advanced technology vehicles
• Mandate that 10% of all electricity generated come from renewable resources by 2012

ECOtality president and CEO, Jonathan Read, commented on what all this could mean for his company. “With our industry leading experience in electric vehicles and electric transportation infrastructure, combined with our strong solar offerings, ECOtality is uniquely positioned to directly support President-elect Obama’s energy goals. As we have the most advanced fast-charging technology and having installed more on-road charging systems in North America than any company, ECOtality is situated to be the leading infrastructure provider for electric transportation. Leveraging our strong relationships with the Department of Energy, major utilities, and automotive manufacturers, ECOtality will aggressively support the Obama-Biden Energy Plan by laying the groundwork for the mass adoption of electric vehicles.”

ECOtality seeks to accelerate the replacement of carbon based fuels with advanced electric technologies, through acquisitions, strategic partnerships, and its own innovations. It is currently focused on designing and licensing a cost effective electric power cell, using hydrogen and oxygen to produce power without combustion, for use in automobiles and industrial equipment.

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Prepares for Shareholder Update Conference Call to Take Place Tomorrow

August 18, 2008

ECOtality, Inc. announced this morning that it will be holding a shareholder update conference call tomorrow at 4:15 PM EDT (1:15 PDT). Jonathan Read, President and CEO of ECOtality, Barry Baer, CFO of ECOtality, Don Karner, President and CEO of eTec, and Darrell Musick, President and CEO of Innergy Power, will be participating in the conference call with the financial community.

During the call, the management team will talk about the company’s Q2 2008 financial results and give an update on general business developments. Those who are interested in listening should dial 1-800-762-8779; or 1-480-629-9041 for international callers. When prompted, ask for the “ECOtality Second Quarter Earnings Conference Call.” Those who are not able to join at the scheduled time can listen in later by dialing 1-800-406-7325 or 1-303-590-3030 for international callers and entering the replay access code 3911235.

ECOtality is a recognized leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies that respond to global energy challenges. The company is focused on discovering inventive ways to resourcefully power the world while taking care of the natural environment. By strategically balancing technology development, partnerships and acquisitions, ECOtality has committed itself to increasing revenue and market presence while accelerating market applicability, awareness and acceptance of clean technologies.

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Subsidiary Provides a Custom eTec HICE Silverado to Sierra Lobo, Inc.

June 19, 2008

ECOtality, Inc.’s wholly owned subsidiary, Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec), announced this morning that it has provided a custom-designed, eTec hydrogen internal combustion engine (HICE) Silverado truck to Sierra Lobo, Inc. The truck will be powered by the No-Vent Liquid Hydrogen Storage and Delivery System™ that Sierra Lobo, Inc. is presently developing with the Department of Defense (DOD). This news is significant in that this is the first eTec HICE vehicle to be powered using liquefied hydrogen technology.

Don Karner, president and CEO of eTec, stated, “The eTec HICE Silverado continues to be one of the most advanced HICE vehicles currently in production, and our work with advanced technologies, like those being developed at Sierra Lobo, Inc., allows us to be on the cutting edge of alternative fuels and transportation technologies. By working with strong organizations like Sierra Lobo, Inc., eTec is providing advanced technology solutions that accelerate the development of clean fuels, like hydrogen, that will reduce our emissions and help alleviate our oil dependence.”

Although Roush Industries partnered with the company, eTec led the conversion of the eTec HICE Silverado. As a result of the conversion, the eTec HICE Silverado is compatible with a liquefied hydrogen fuel system that produces almost zero carbon emissions. Liquid hydrogen could provide up to 200-500% more fuel than modern compressed gas hydrogen fueling systems because of its high density. Currently, the eTec HICE Silverado is the only production HICE vehicle in existence that is participating in the Department of Energy’s Advanced Vehicle Testing Activity under the FreedomCar and Vehicle Technologies Program.

“The eTec HICE Silverado will assist Sierra Lobo, Inc. in the development and testing of our innovative liquefied hydrogen system and provides an ideal medium for us to test our technology in real-world automotive applications. Through collaboration with industry-leading firms such as eTec, Sierra Lobo, Inc. is developing safe, cutting edge, and economically competitive technologies in the areas of hydrogen and oxygen storage and utilization in the transportation and power generation industries,” stated Mark Haberbusch, director of Research and Technology, Sierra Lobo, Inc.

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Announces Preliminary First Quarter 2008 Revenue Estimates

April 7, 2008

ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB), a renewable energy company that acquires and commercially advances clean electric technologies and applications, recently announced the company’s first quarter results. Based on sales activity during the first three months of the year, estimated revenues for the first quarter of 2008 are expected to total $2.3 million, compared to $0 in revenue during the first quarter of 2007.

The company has streamlined its operating budget for 2008 in an effort to reduce operating expenses and move towards being cash-flow positive in the near term. With the expectation of consistent quarterly revenue growth throughout the year, and modest organic growth of the company’s subsidiaries, ECOtality is projected to generate over $15 million in revenue, compared to $2.6 million for the 2007 fiscal year.

Management remains focused on growing the company’s core business and will continue to evaluate other accretive clean technologies, acquisitions and joint venture opportunities that are aligned with ECOtality’s focus on the creation of clean and renewable electricity solutions. Through strategic acquisitions, partnerships and technology innovations, ECOtality strives to advance the market applicability of clean electric technologies so that they become accepted alternatives to carbon-based fuel technologies.

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ECOtality Inc. (ETLY.OB) Will Host Conference Call to Update Shareholders on April 7, 2008

April 2, 2008

Today ECOtality Incorporated announced that it will host a shareholder update conference call on Monday, April 7, 2008. The call will be hosted by: Jonathan Read, President and CEO of ECOtality; Barry Baer, CFO of ECOtality; Don Karner, President and CEO of eTec; and Darrell Musick, President and CEO of Innergy Power. It will take place at 4:15 p.m. The main topics of the call will be Ecotality’s annual financial statements for 2007, which were filed with the SEC on March 31, 2008, and updates on general business developments for 2008 and beyond.

The company grabbed headlines several times this year for their renewable and clean electric technologies and the acquisitions of Innergy Power Corporation, Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec), and Minit-Charger. With the revenues of these subsidiaries, ECOtality finished the fourth quarter with revenues of $2.3 million and revenues for the year of $2.6 million.

This year marked the successful completion of ECOtality’s transition from a development-stage company to a revenue-generating and diversified renewable energy company. This was a goal that the company aimed to complete by the end of 2007, which they met with success. Their next goal is to be cash flow positive in 2008. With more than $11.7 million in total assets and projected revenues of over $10 million, management believes that this goal is also easily attainable.

President Jonathan Reed commented on the results when they were filed earlier in the week by saying, “We began 2007 as a developmental company that was purely focused on advancing our hydrogen generation system, Hydrality. Now, through several key acquisitions, we have diversified our technology portfolio to mitigate the risks of being solely dependent upon the hydrogen technology sector and have a variety of electrocentric products and technologies that are positioned for strong and immediate commercial growth in various rapidly growing alternative energy markets.”

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Subsidiary to Perform Testing of Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid Electric Vehicles

March 25, 2008

One of ECOtality’s wholly owned subsidiaries, Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec), announced that it will be performing baseline and fleet testing on two Hybrid Chevrolet Tahoes for the Department of Energy’s Advanced Vehicle Testing Activity (AVTA). The entire project is valued at $10.5 million and is part of a five-year contract with the Department of Energy that was started in October of 2005.

Don Karner, President and CEO of eTec, stated, “eTec’s work with the DOE’s AVTA program displays our commitment in taking a leading role in the testing, development and advancement of advanced vehicle technologies that will reduce our dependence upon oil. Through our experience with cutting edge technologies that include battery management and fast charging systems, eTec is well positioned to capitalize on the eminent expansion of electric transportation, from hybrids to plug-in hybrids and ultimately pure electric vehicles.”

The Subsidiary, through its sister company Electric Transportation Applications (ETA), will be conducting the vehicle testing for the AVTA. The testing will take place in and around Phoenix, AZ. The Company will test the Tahoes’ hybrid battery systems after an initial break-in period and then again at 160,000 miles to measure any changes that may have taken place. The data that will be collected includes fuel consumption, acceleration, gradeability, road load coefficients (to support dynamometer testing), and vehicle durability.

ETEC has already successfully completed testing on 12 HEV models and is now also testing quite a few plug-in HEVs, including conversions of both the Toyota Prius and Ford Escape Hybrid. The Company will organize a final report detailing the life cycle costs of the Tahoe Hybrid vehicles that includes fuel costs, operations and maintenance costs and resale values. The public will be able to view the results on DOE’s AVTA website,

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) – Electronic Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec) Completes Integration of Minit-Charger

March 18, 2008

In the age of ever-rising traditional fuel costs, a company in Scottsdale, Arizona is making strides in eco-friendly electric power cell systems. ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY) is a technology company that is taking on the global energy challenge head-on with its focus on developing and advancing clean electric technologies.

In November 2007, ECOtality acquired Electronic Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec), whose focus is in the research, development, and testing of advanced transportation and energy systems. Upon its inception in 1996, eTec’s mission was to support the development and installation of battery charging infrastructures for electric vehicles. Now as a wholly owned subsidiary of ECOtality, eTec will continue to specialize in fuel sources and infrastructure for hybrid and electric powered vehicles. Currently, eTec’s systems are utilized in marine and transit applications, airport ground support equipment, and in local and governmental electric vehicle operations.

In December 2007, ECOtality acquired Minit-Charger, which was a subsidiary of Edison International. Minit-Charger produces faster battery systems that are more eco-friendly and cost-efficient than the conventional charging systems currently in place. The Minit-Charger systems produce no harmful emissions and less heat during charging which helps extend battery life.

“Following our recent expansion, we have focused on efficiently integrating and capitalizing on the synergies of our subsidiary companies to streamline operations and lay the foundation for aggressive growth,” said Jonathan Read, President and CEO, ECOtality.

eTec announced today that it has completed its integration of Minit-Charger. Since both battery charging system lines are in the same niche, a merger under the eTec umbrella makes perfect business sense. It was also announced this morning that eTec’s SuperCharge fast-charging systems will be rebranded under the Minit-Charger name.

“This rebranding is a natural evolution of our objectives to provide comprehensive fast charging solutions that our customers can trust,” said Don Karner, President and CEO of eTec. “Unifying all of our fast charging technologies and operations under the Minit-Charger name leverages its strong brand recognition and allows us to better focus our sales and marketing efforts.”

ECOtality, along with its subsidiaries, continue to move toward their vision: A world where we utilize energy sources that produce zero harmful emissions. The result would be a planet with less pollution, cleaner air, and safer drinking water.

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ECOtality Inc. (ETLY.OB) – eTec Subsidiary to Supply South Carolina’s First Hydrogen Powered Vehicle to the Center for Hydrogen Research

February 22, 2008

Today ECOtality Incorporated announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Electric Transportation Engineering Company (eTec), has unveiled the eTec Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine (HICE) Silverado truck in Aiken, South Carolina. This truck is the first hydrogen powered vehicle to be registered in the entire state, and was purchased by the Center for Hydrogen Research (CHR). It will be used to show the public that hydrogen powered transportation is both viable and achievable.

Project partners Roush Industries and Powertech Labs provided assistance as eTec led the conversion of the full-size 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 HD pickup truck to be fueled by a compressed hydrogen fuel system that produces nearly zero carbon emissions. In addition to the truck itself, eTec’s experienced engineering staff will provide hands-on training and technical support for the eTec HICE Silverado that will allow researchers and technicians at the CHR to easily understand the underlying mechanics of the system for future hydrogen research and testing activities.

The sale of the vehicle and the technology is mutually beneficial for both companies. “As the Center for Hydrogen Research is pioneering a new wave in hydrogen
research and education, we are excited to provide the eTec HICE Silverado to enhance their hydrogen research capabilities and to further demonstrate the viability of hydrogen,” said Fred Beauregard, VP of engineering at eTec. Fred Humes the director of the Center for Hydrogen Research said, “The acquisition of the eTec HICE Silverado is a major milestone for the Center for Hydrogen Research in uniting South Carolina’s national laboratory, research institutes, universities, and private sector towards the vision of accelerating the development of hydrogen as a viable alternative energy source.”

The newly formed partnership between eTec and CHR will help drive new clean and efficient technologies in the future. Fred Humes also noted that, “As South Carolina is quickly emerging as a national leader in advancing clean technologies, Aiken County and the Center for Hydrogen Research is quickly becoming a concentrated center for innovative research, development and commercial advancement of hydrogen. The eTec HICE Silverado will act as the ‘point-of-the-spear’ for the introduction and development of hydrogen infrastructure in the state.”

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ECOtality Inc. (ETLY.OB) Announced Completion of Minit-Charger Products Consolidation

February 19, 2008

Today ECOtality Incorporated announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Electric Transportation Engineering Company (eTec), has successfully completed the consolidation of the manufacturing and assembly of all Minit-Charger products to Low & High Power Group Inc. of Mississauga, Ontario. After the consolidation, Electric Transportation Engineering Company will continue to oversee all materials and parts suppliers, retain control of all product design and configurations, and shift all Minit-Charger product engineering and development to its Phoenix, Arizona engineering facility.

Since the December 2007 acquisition by ECOtality, the Minit-Charger line of fast battery charging systems for material handling equipment has been managed, distributed and operated by eTec. This consolidation is intended to streamline shipping operations, reduce overhead costs, and provide increased manufacturing capabilities. Don Karner, president and CEO of eTec said of the acquisition: “With more than 10 years experience supplying and manufacturing Minit-Charger products, we are confident Low & High Power Group will continue to manufacture our fast-charging products to the highest quality standards that eTec customers have come to expect and rely upon.”

 The transition will allow ECOtality to focus on and explore additional market applications for their quick charging battery technologies. On the horizon for the company may be other uses for their plug in electric vehicles. Looking into the future of the company, president and CEO of ECOtality, Jonathan Reed noted, “As the material handling industry continues to transition from propane and diesel to pure electric lift trucks, this manufacturing consolidation helps us move forward with our goal of enabling an electro-centric world where we power all vehicles, from material handling equipment to automobiles, with clean electricity.”

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Award-Winning, Published Team Member of ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Appointed to ASU’s Department of Chemical Engineering

February 13, 2008

ECOtality, Inc. (OTC BB: ETLY) today announced the appointment of Dr. Jerry Y.S. Lin to the Department of Chemical Engineering at Arizona State University. Lin currently serves as chairman of ECOtality’s Technology Committee and member of ECOtality’s board of directors.

Dr. Lin has authored more than 160 published articles for science and engineering journals which have been used as reference points in several chemical engineering research papers. He has also been nationally recognized with awards such as a National Science Foundation Career Award, Sigma Xi Young Investigator Award, Cheung Kong Scholar, University of Cincinnati College of Engineering Research Award, BP Faculty Excellence Award, and a Chinese National Science Foundation Award for Collaboration.

Aside from numerous other achievements, Dr. Lin has assisted ECOtality in its devotion, as a renewable energy company, to acquire and commercially advance clean electric technologies and applications.

“We would like to congratulate Dr. Lin on his recent appointment to chair of ASU’s Department of Chemical Engineering,” Jonathan Read, president and CEO, ECOtality said in a statement. “As a director and chairman of the Technology Committee for ECOtality, Dr. Lin is a tremendous asset to our company and his scientific and academic background provides valuable insight and guidance to our technical activities as we as we continue to develop, acquire and commercialize clean electric technologies.”

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Subsidiary Announces Completion of SuperCharge Installation at Long Beach Airport

January 31, 2008

ECOtality’s wholly owned subsidiary, Electric Transportation Engineering Company (eTec), announced this morning that it has finalized the installation of five Dual Port SuperCharge systems at Long Beach Airport. The five systems were installed to recharge a number of electric baggage tractors and belt loaders that service JetBlue and US Airways. The installation is able to charge up to forty electric ground support vehicles and will assist Long Beach Airport in its transition from gasoline and diesel powered ground equipment to all electric. This transition will not only significantly reduce noise and air pollution, but also reduce the airport’s dependence on gasoline as well as cut fueling costs.

Don Karner, president and CEO of eTec, stated, “The Long Beach Airport SuperCharge installation is proof of how fast charging battery technologies enable airports and material handling operators to lessen their harmful effect on the environment.There is an increasing movement amongst airlines and airports to cut emissions and reduce fueling costs by switching from gasoline and diesel to pure electric systems. Long Beach Airport is really setting a trend in economic and environmental consciousness as this installation is one of many that will help us realize our goal of enabling an electro-centric world where we power all vehicles, from material handling equipment to automobiles, with clean electricity.”

ECOtality’s patented eTec SuperCharge system was specifically designed for airport ground support equipment, neighborhood electric vehicle operations, and marine and transit applications. Based on advanced algorithms that enable faster charging with less heat and longer battery life than that of other fast charge systems, airports and airlines can use eTec’s systems to convert their diesel and gasoline powered equipment to clean electric systems that produce zero emissions. In the press release the Company stated, “According to a February 2007 report published by ETEC and the U.S. Department of Energy, use of electric ground support equipment can reduce annual fueling costs by 70 to 80% and reduce total operating costs by 30 to 40% when compared to internal combustion engine ground support equipment that operates on gasoline or diesel fuel.”

“In line with Long Beach Airport’s Green Airport Program, powering our fleet of electric ground support equipment with the eTec SuperCharge system will reduce noise and air pollution, and help protect our residents, their neighborhoods and improve the quality of life for all Long Beach citizens. From a safety, cost, environmental and efficiency standpoint, transitioning to a fleet of clean electric ground support equipment just makes sense,” commented Christine Andersen, Airport Director.

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Beacon Equity Research Featured Company: ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB)

January 29, 2008

ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) develops clean energy solutions for the alternative energy industry. The Company uses renewable energy technology to commercialize through acquisitions, partnerships and research and development. The company is also focused on designing and licensing Hydrality™, a cost efficient hydrogen based electric power cell system.

ECOtality, Inc. was incorporated in 1999 as Alchemy Enterprises. Their initial business was to market biodegradable products. The name change came in 2006, and shortly after, the Company worked with The National Aeronautics and Space Administrations (NASA) Jet Propulsion Labs (JPL) and the California Institute of Technology (CalTech). These collaborations lead to the development of Hydrality™. This technology can generate hydrogen on demand in a non-toxic, non-combustible, and environmentally friendly process.

The Company’s position in the clean energy sector has strengthened tremendously due to the acquisition of Fuel Cell Store. Fuel Cell Store is a web-based retailer of fuel cell products. With other key partnerships in the industry, ECOtality, Inc. is positioned to be an emerging leader in fuel cell technology.

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Growing World Population Puts Strain on Energy Sources, Makes Renewable Energy Firms a Good Investment in the Coming Years

January 25, 2008

With global population expected to reach 9 billion in 2050, it is sure to put an increasingly large amount of strain on already overextended natural resources. It is almost a sure thing that this pressure will cause steep inflation as the many commodities that were relatively cheap become scarce. This inflation will also no doubt make long-term bonds less attractive as interest rates will have to rise to keep up with inflation. The other side though is that many profitable opportunities exist. Those companies focused on renewable energy and recycling resources could potentially provide investors with extremely profitable investments. A few companies that are on the front of this wave include Stratos Renewables Corp. (SRNW.OB), Alliance Recovery Corp. (ARVY.OB) and ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB).

Stratos Renewables Corp. (SRNW.OB), a sugarcane ethanol producer, is aiming to become the Global low cost leader in ethanol production. It basis its operations in Peru, which they believe offers the best factors of Ethanol production. The Northwest area of Peru is a desert, which hosts ideal conditions for growing sugarcane crop year-round. Peru also has an abundance of labor and direct foreign investment continually flowing into the country. The relative stability of its economy and excellent trade conditions with the US make them poised for growth. They plan to produce 150 million gallons of Ethanol from sugarcane yearly. The Company is lead by Tony Salas, an agricultural professional with many years of export experience. In addition, the management team consists of top oil executives in the area. They are currently growing their operations and are executing their strategic plan to be a fully integrated ethanol supplier from the fields to the finished product awaiting loading on ships. They offer investors a truly fantastic opportunity to get in on the ground floor.

An emerging technologies company Alliance Recovery Corp. (ARVY.OB) has developed a technology to convert used rubber material into energy and other raw materials. They estimate that US companies scrap enough rubber to produce 16,400 barrels of oil a day. This is just in the US, but global economies could easily see the benefit as well. Their technology converts the rubber to oil through a thermo-chemical process that produces no harmful bi-products. The converted oil then runs alternators, which produce electricity to supply the surrounding areas. Its conversion process also creates heat and CO2 which they us to grow greenhouse crops. Carbon Black and Steel recovered during the conversion process allow for additional revenue streams. They project that each conversion facility will earn $7 million annually in EBITA revenue. This is an excellent company with a great product that should continue to see demand rise as the population continues to rise and inflation continuously pressures energy prices.

ECOtality (ETLY.OB) is leading a Green Revolution in Renewable energies. They focus on developing and commercializing these technologies. They are working to achieve sustainable energy for future generation; this is becoming increasingly important with the population pressures and scarcity of resources. Currently, they manage four companies and numerous technologies within the sustainable energies sector. Hydrality, a technology owned by them, produces hydrogen with readily available materials, magnesium and water, in an environmentally safe way. The company also possesses America’s first Hydrogen powered bus. Another company owned by them is Innergy Power, an American manufacturer of renewable solar modules and batteries. They also operate a Fuel cell store that sells globally to Japan, Russia, Italy, and Portugal. Its company Etec is a recognized leader in transportation energy systems and is involved in a number of batter charging infrastructures for vehicles. In addition to these technologies and companies, they also manage a clean energy website designed to promote awareness of Green products. They offer investors an opportunity to be a part of the solution to sustainable energy, and hold a portfolio of promising technologies.

These three companies present Investors with tremendous profit potential. We know the world population is growing and fast. This is putting a tremendous strain on global energy resources, and the companies that seek to reduce this strain have much to gain. Investors are always looking for the next emerging industry and market. With future energy scarcities predicted, companies solving these issues look to be a sure bet.

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ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) & Fuel Cell Store Filling Up for 2008

January 23, 2008

ECOtality (ETLY.OB) is a renewable energy company that acquires and commercially advances clean electric technologies and applications that address the world’s global energy challenges. ECOtality is committed to the development and commercialization of environmentally friendly breakthrough technologies and energy solutions. The Company seeks to remedy the rising demand of energy by identifying, acquiring and developing new cleaner fuel technologies that will power the planet with little or no emissions.

ECOtality envisions a renewable energy source of power based on solar, wind and water. To further its move toward this vision, ECOtality acquires and develops companies that are revenue positive and accretive to its vision of clean electo-centric energy. On January 8, 2007, ECOtality completed the transition of Fuel Cell Store in Boulder, Colorado to San Diego, California. Fuel Cell Store, acquired in June 2007, is the leading online retailer of fuel cell products. Fuel Cell Store manufactures, distributes, and sells a comprehensive range of fuel cell products including fuel cell stacks, systems, component parts and educational materials. The company is the leading international online marketplace for fuel cell related products and technologies, with an international client base that includes premier research institutes and leading colleges and universities. The company also hosts online distribution sites in Japan, Russia, Italy and Portugal.

Effective immediately, Fuel Cell Store, will share warehouse and operational facilities with Innergy Power Corporation, a leader in the design and manufacture of thin sealed rechargeable lead batteries and high quality flat-panel multi-crystalline solar modules that ECOtality acquired in September 2007. President and CEO, Jonathan Read, said, “The combining Fuel Cell Store and Innergy’s established organizational structure and management team reduces overhead costs and takes advantage of existing manufacturing, assembly, order processing, customer services, and shipping systems.”

ECOtality continues to partner with leading scientists, organizations, and educators to identify, develop, and commercialize eco-friendly technologies that will have the greatest positive impact on the environment.

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Ecotality’s (ETLY.OB) FuelCellStore, a Leading Market Place for Fuel Cell Stack, Component, and Hydrogen Storage Manufacturers to Unite with Customers

January 21, 2008

With demand for renewable energies soaring, consumers are looking for a marketplace that connects them with the multiple manufacturers and products available. FuelCellStore is just what consumers are looking for. It’s a retail Fuel Cell Store based out of Boulder, Colorado that has a number of international operations in Japan, Russia, Italy, and Portugal.

The company offers a diverse mix of products including Fuel Cell Stacks, Systems, component parts, and educational material. These products are developed and manufactured by the company.

They also support many educational programs with colleges and schools in and around their area. Research consultation is provided to leading research institutes. A number of regular seminars and workshops are hosted to enlighten the public about its technologies.

A number of product categories are offered including: Stack Components, Power Devices, Other Renewables, Hydrogen Equipment, Fuel Testing Equipment, Fuel Cell Systems, Fuel Cell Stacks, Fuel Cell Education, and Educational Media. They have many different products from a number of manufacturers. Under the FCS label the company offers its own High-End Fuel Cell components, parts and kits.

Their Educational services include a comprehensive line of lab materials and teacher training for hydrogen fuel cell curricula. Product line includes cars, science kits, and advanced research materials for all levels of education. Courses can be scheduled on a list of classes provided on the company website. In addition to these are the company’s workshops which offer teacher training and curriculum development.

For research institutes they offer professional consultation on Fuel Cell technology. Ms. Kathleen (Kay) Quinn Larson and Dr. Michael J. Binder are subject experts and have over 40 years of combined experience within the Fuel Cell field. The two of them have worked on Fuel Cell projects with many of the top Fuel Cell companies including: Ballard, Scribner, Electrochem, Voller, Heliocentris, Jadoo, Horizon and H-Tech. They can help clients identify needs and/or help organize an educational conference within their area.

ECOtality acquires clean technologies and companies then markets as well as develops the renewable energies. The company is heading a green movement in the search for an environmentally friendly energy source. They have overseen a number of ECO awareness projects including a Hydrogen powered bus that is being used to create consumer awareness on the viability of hydrogen as an alternative fuel source.

ECOtality also hold a number of patents in Hydrogen production and storage in addition to operating a fuel cell store. A Green products awareness website is ran by the company as well to promote green businesses and technologies.

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Hydrality™ from ECOtality, Inc. (ETLY.OB) Addresses Infrastructure Problems Associated with other Types of Hydrogen Energy

January 14, 2008

Conventional storage of Hydrogen requires large amounts of energy and energy losses due to the storage cycle of production. Hydrogen must be liquefied or compressed and then converted back to energy demanding 10,000psi of pressure and cooling of less than -200 degrees Celsius. This is a tremendous loss of energy can be averted with ECOtality’s Hydrality system which uses readily available materials in the process. The company believes it has the missing link to the commercialization of Hydrogen technology.

Hydrility™, the company’s patented technology, uses Magnesium and Water to produce the Hydrogen with nothing but water vapor as a by-product. These materials are environmentally safe and magnesium used in the process can be collected and recycled. The device is portable and works in conjunction with existing fuel cell technologies. This gives Hydrogen Fuel on-demand capabilities and requires no heat to initiate the conversion process.

This company has developed a truly revolutionary product and process with which to generate Hydrogen Energy and Store. Energy from the Hydrogen can power any electrical motor and the company is already working with (NASA) and (CALTECH) to develop and build a prototype 7 and 65 kilowatt Hydrality system. The On-demand process promises to be a solution for the “Hydrogen Economy” and enable greater freedom from commodity fuel sources.

Arizona based company ECOtality acquires clean technologies, companies and markets then develops the renewable energies. The company is heading a green movement in the search for an environmentally friendly energy source. They have overseen a number of ECO awareness projects including a Hydrogen powered bus that is being used to create consumer awareness on the viability of hydrogen as an alternative fuel source. They also hold a number of patents in Hydrogen production and storage in addition to operating a fuel cell store. A Green products awareness website is ran by the company as well to promote green businesses and technologies.

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