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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Offers Energy for the Military and the World

November 2, 2015

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Neah Power Systems, developer of innovative power solutions for a range of applications, is one of the companies trusted by today’s high-tech military to provide energy where it’s needed, no matter how demanding the situation. Technology has transformed the military, with the world’s most advanced computational and communications equipment, but all that technology is of no value in the field without reliable power to keep it running, and Neah Power has differentiated itself with patented and award-winning designs that do exactly that. It can be said that energy, portable and dependable, is as critical in today’s military as horses were to 19th century cavalry.

The conditions under which military equipment, and associated power systems, are expected to operate are a world apart from normal consumer oriented environments, a market that Neah Power also effectively serves. The company’s patented silicon-based fuel cell is unique in its ability to provide two to three times the energy capacity offered by the standard BA-5590 battery, while maintaining a highly compact form. In addition, fuel cell technology means virtually instant recharging, since a soldier can quickly insert a new lightweight fuel cell cartridge into the fuel cell. Soldiers only need to carry one fuel cell, versus multiple bulky and heavy batteries. Neah Power technology means major weight and volume reductions over traditional widely-used portable military power sources, representing a huge market.

The vast world military market is just one of Neah Power’s growing targets. The company also develops disruptive energy technologies for global opportunities supporting first responders, logistics, as well as consumer electronics and mobile markets. Emergency responders are served by Neah’s PowerChip and BuzzCell technologies. Cordless hand-held devices are important for efficient logistics, and Neah’s products serve companies of every size. The unrelenting demand for improved battery life for mobile computing is served by Neah’s BuzzBar and associated family of products.

In a world hungry for energy that is long-lasting, compact, reliable, and lightweight, Neah is the better mousetrap.

For more information on Neah Power Systems, visit www.neahpower.com

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Connects with the Robotics Sector

October 22, 2015

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From Asia to North America and beyond, countries such as China, Japan and the United States are increasing their investments toward the advancement of service robotics and contributing to the growth of a global market which, according to a new Grand View Research study, is estimated to reach $16 billion by 2020. Recognizing the opportunities in this arena, Bothell, Washington-based Neah Power Systems, an inventor and supplier of front-line power products for the military, transportation and portable electronics industries, is teaming up with Black-I Robotics, a leading company with robotic platforms and solutions used for defense, industrial and commercial applications. Working in unison, the two companies intend to deliver Neah Power’s power generation and energy storage technologies to the robotics market.

Independently, Neah Power offers patented and patent-pending technological solutions that are safe, effective and long-lasting. The company is involved in developing fuel cells, including its PowerChip and BuzzBar suite of products, as well as Formira, a hydrogen gas-generating reformer technology. It also provides power solutions via devices, such as military radios and notebook PCs, along with other types of communications and computer products.

Through their partnership agreement, which was revealed earlier this month, Neah Power and Black-I mean to reach even further and expand the markets for their products. Through a shared vision and the consolidation of their expertise, capabilities and resources, the new partners plan to create power systems that will achieve increases in levels of performance and enhanced deployment times. They also intend to deliver robotic solutions that better meet the needs of Black-I’s commercial, defense and industrial clients.

Under their agreement, the companies will act as a team on the product development and system integration of Neah Power’s patented formic acid reformer fuel cell (Formira HOD), PowerChip Fuel Cell and PowerChip Battery with Black-I’s advanced remote robotic vehicles. Also, Black-I will take on the role of engineering and sales consultant with Neah Power, and work with the company on developing power products that can be integrated and licensed for use by other companies building robots for commercial use (i.e. construction, defense, healthcare, logistics, and ground-based and underwater transport) along with builders of robots for entertainment and household applications.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.neahpower.com

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Launches Improved Formira Hydrogen-on-Demand Product, Selects BASF as Preferred Supplier of Formic Acid

October 20, 2015

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Today before the opening bell, Neah Power Systems, an emerging leader in fuel cell-based power solutions and rechargeable lithium battery storage solutions for defense, commercial, and consumer applications, proudly announced that it has released the improved Formira HOD® platform.

In the press release, the company included a video that can be viewed online (YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQiQ-I77DPc) and the white paper and spec sheet for the product that allows potential customers to estimate the size of the fuel cell for their specific application (PDF Download: http://dtn.fm/Formic-Acid-Hydrogen-Reformer-for-Fuel-Cells). NEAH POWER also mentioned that it has chosen BASF to be its preferred supplier of formic acid for the Formira HOD platform through its global network of production and distribution sites.

President and CEO of NEAH POWER stated, “We are so proud to be launching this improved product. We believe this is the most energy dense, safe, cost effective, liquid source for the generation of hydrogen. The hydrogen can be used for a variety of applications, as a fuel for fuel cells, for metals processing, and other applications. We have also taken the unusual step of posting our product spec sheet on the website, with a simple calculator that customers can use to determine the size of a system for their specific application.”

He also said, “Unlike other reformer technologies, we use the same fuel source (formic acid) to run the reformer and to generate hydrogen, and the fuel contains less than 5% water, unlike other reformers that can contain 30% or more water. The hydrogen generated is consumed by the fuel cell, and we do not store the gaseous hydrogen, addressing various safety and handling concerns related to compressed hydrogen use in fuel cells.”

This Formira HOD® product has generated significant interest from customers and partners due to the lack of alternate high energy density, instantly rechargeable solutions. These teaming agreements with Tectonica (Pvt) Ltd, Clear Path Technologies®, Silent Falcon, S4 Worldwide and Black-I Robotics allow them to incorporate the Formira HOD into their product platforms, and to partner with NEAH POWER to offer the product in other geographical markets as well.

NEAH POWER concluded the press release stating that it “will continue to update on the exciting commercialization of this disruptive product.”

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NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Joins Forces with Black-I Robotics to Energize the Robotics Industry

October 16, 2015

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NEAH Power Systems is focused on supplying power products for the military, transportation and portable electronics industries. The company is now also looking to deliver these products to Black-I Robotics, Inc. (“Black-I”), a leader in robotic technology-based solutions and recently announced that they are joining forces to deliver its patented power generation and energy storage deliverables within the robotics space.

The two companies intend to develop power systems for robotic mobile platforms that can provide increases in levels of performance that have never been seen before. Their vision also endeavors to deliver robotic solutions that better meet the needs of Black-I’s commercial, industrial and defense customer base.

The service segment of the global robotics market is estimated to reach $16B in the next five years. Upward trending investments supporting the development of service robotics in Japan, China, Korea, and the US is expected to positively impact market growth. Increasing government spending initiatives in defense and military applications, combined with high demand in these segments, is expected to drive growth even higher.

NEAH Power Chief Executive Officer, Chris D’Couto commented, “NEAH Power is excited to work with Black-I Robotics, a company with proven technologies and robotic platforms that can deliver advanced robotic solutions for defense, industrial and commercial applications.” “Together, we will work to expand the markets for our products by offering power solutions that can markedly increase the amount of reliable, efficient and safe power available to these systems, which in effect will drive growth for the benefit of shareholders.”

Brian Hart, president and CEO of Black-I Robotics noted, “We very much look forward to teaming with NEAH Power, a true innovator in portable power.” “This agreement allows us to explore ways to meet the critical demand for lighter, more compact and highly efficient power systems for the robotics market. By consolidating our expertise, capabilities and resources, we expect to revolutionize the delivery of mobile power and truly untether robots, regardless of their power requirements, so they can better execute their mission.”

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NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Teams Up with Black-I Robotics to Power the Robotics Industry

October 8, 2015

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NEAH Power Systems, Inc., an innovator and supplier of cutting-edge power products for the military, transportation and portable electronics industries, and Black-I Robotics, Inc. (“Black-I”), a leader in robotic technology-based solutions, today announced that they are teaming up to deliver NEAH Power’s patented power generation and energy storage technologies to the robotics market.

Both companies share a vision to develop power systems for robotic mobile platforms that can provide unprecedented increases in levels of performance and vastly improved deployment times, as well as deliver robotic solutions that better meet the needs of Black-I’s commercial, industrial and defense customers.

Black-I and NEAH Power have agreed to collaborate on product development and system integration of NEAH Power’s patented formic acid reformer fuel cell (Formira HOD™), PowerChip® Fuel Cell and PowerChip® Battery with Black-I’s advanced remote robotic vehicles. In addition, Black-I will serve as an engineering and sales consultant, working with NEAH Power to develop power products that can be integrated and licensed for use by other manufacturers of professional robots used for defense, ground-based and underwater transport, healthcare, logistics, and construction, as well as for use by manufacturers of personal robots for entertainment and other household applications.

The service segment of the global robotics market is expected to reach USD$16 billion by 2020. Growing investments supporting the development of service robotics in countries such as Japan, Korea, China and the United States is expected to favorably impact market growth. Increasing government spending initiatives in defense and military applications, coupled with high demand in these segments, is expected to further drive this growth.

“NEAH Power is excited to work with Black-I Robotics, a company with proven technologies and robotic platforms that can deliver advanced robotic solutions for defense, industrial and commercial applications,” stated NEAH Power CEO Chris D’Couto. “Together, we will work to expand the markets for our products by offering power solutions that can markedly increase the amount of reliable, efficient and safe power available to these systems, which in effect will drive growth for the benefit of shareholders.”

“We very much look forward to teaming with NEAH Power, a true innovator in portable power,” added Brian Hart, president and CEO of Black-I Robotics. “This agreement allows us to explore ways to meet the critical demand for lighter, more compact and highly efficient power systems for the robotics market. By consolidating our expertise, capabilities and resources, we expect to revolutionize the delivery of mobile power and truly untether robots, regardless of their power requirements, so they can better execute their mission.”

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NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Challenging Industry Leaders with Innovative Fuel Cell Technology

October 7, 2015

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NEAH Power Systems is a leading innovator of unique energy solutions. The company develops products that address specific power requirements for clients in a wide range of markets – including military, government and corporate applications. At the heart of many of NEAH Power’s products is its patented, award-winning PowerChip® technology, which enables the development of solutions with higher power densities and compact form factors that meet exacting specifications. Through this portfolio, the company is strategically positioned to increase its market share by challenging established industry leaders.

In recent months, NEAH Power had made considerable progress toward the commercialization of its Formira Hydrogen on Demand system. While major players in the stored power industry, such as FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ: FCEL), continue to highlight hydrogen generation as a major area of interest moving forward, NEAH Power is currently preparing to demonstrate its functioning system to the Australian Army in the coming weeks. The company has already initiated work on preliminary design details for units of various sizes to meet off-grid power needs, and discussions are underway with parties in China related to licensing and manufacture of the technology.

NEAH Power differentiates itself from larger fuel cell developers – including Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP) and Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG) – by expertly addressing the rapidly expanding market for portable electronic devices. Through its BuzzBar Suite™, the company enables off-grid, on-the-go charging capabilities for a full range of mobile devices. With the option to use a variety of energy sources – including wall outlets, solar power, fuel cells and disposable batteries, the BuzzBar is the perfect power solution for nearly any scenario. Pending the completion of a satisfactory capital raise, NEAH Power plans to commence shipment of its third generation BuzzBar later this year.

By targeting diversified industries with its award-winning technology, NEAH Power is in a favorable position to expand upon its current market share and promote sustainable financial growth.

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Micro Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Tech Are Disruptive Technologies with Impact Spanning Multiple Markets

September 29, 2015

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Neah Power System’s highly scalable, patented PowerChip® fuel cell technology acts as an instantly rechargeable battery that, once a given supply is depleted, can simply have its fuel cartridge swapped out to fully recharge the system. This core technology, in addition to the company’s formic acid reformer fuel cell system, Formira HOD™ (Hydrogen-on-Demand) and its BuzzBar Suite, designed to be the total, compact, off-grid charging solution for small electronics, has garnered NPWZ more and more attention from investors of late, due to the wide variety of applications such a portfolio covers. We are talking everything from UAVs for both the defense and commercial markets, as well as energy supply roles, to military, transportation, and portable electronics markets.

The hot-swappable fuel supply characteristic of NPWZ’s PowerChip solution is a key advantage to the system that not only resolves the recharge time duration, but offers extended range to the platform where it is applied, reduces swap out time and overall cost, as well as delivers sustained voltage levels over the entire duration of the fuel supply, unlike virtually all batteries, which are prone to voltage drops as the power discharges. Such capabilities are essential in military applications like field-deployed computer systems and modern battlefield hardware. The NPWZ technology also offers the potential to deliver around two to three times as much energy capacity as the military’s standard issue BA-5590 high capacity battery systems, which are used for the vast majority of portable power needs, but are also big, bulky, and require multiple units to be carried on extended missions, adding to already pressing logistical burdens.

Built using established computer chip manufacturing methods, this extremely robust and compact energy supply solution offers significant other advantages over batteries of the same weight and size, particularly in extended use scenarios. And, because the design can be configured for fully-sealed applications using a liquid oxidant/methanol fuel combination, the system is also perfect for subsea and space applications, where long-term use is part and parcel. The PowerChip is made in America at Neah Power’s Bothell, Washington facility, using established techniques that have been in continuous use throughout the semiconductor industry for over three decades, a fact which offers certain key cost-effectiveness and capital efficiency advantages that make the product extremely attractive, no matter what industry we are talking about. The company’s ongoing work with leading small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) developer, Silent Falcon™ UAS Technologies, to incorporate its fuel cell technology into their fixed wing drone platform is currently proceeding apace, and this integration, when completed, will form the basis for similar applications in other UAS/UAV platforms.

Because energy accounts for some $4 billion plus of the DOD budget every year (2013), and Army takes up around $1.3 billion of the pie, while managing some 1 billion or more square feet of building space, power outages on U.S. bases (87 in 2012 alone, costing around $7 million) have become a major keynote for the DOD’s ongoing transition to alternative energy. Fuel cell technology in particular has seen a growing amount of interest amid this push and the DOD’s target for 25 percent of all energy coming from renewable sources by 2025 cannot likely be seriously achieved alongside the need for increased robustness and electrical grid independence, without a sustained move towards localized fuel cell based systems.

This overarching trend is very bullish for fuel cell tech in general when it comes to military dollars, creating a fuel cell ecosystem vector that will no doubt continue to present technologies like NPWZ’s Formira HOD™ (Hydrogen-on-Demand) system with numerous advantages that will bleed over into the broader, planet-wide security, defense, and energy supply markets. The global drive towards renewables is extremely advantageous for a piece of technology like Formira, and Neah Power Systems announced earlier in September that their revolutionary HOD technology has been put up for $3.5 million in EU grant funding, with the ultimate goal of delivering scaled-up implementations of Formira for applications such as dedicated, on-site, premium-power generation at critical load facilities and the like. Such technology is seen as vital by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, a unique public private partnership tasked with advancing fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies in Europe, which was recently reaffirmed as part of the Hydrogen Joint Technology Initiative, under the EU Horizon 2020 Framework.

Neah Power Systems is expected to publicly drop some new product videos and spec documents any day now, and the company is already in the preliminary stages of designing larger 1,000W and smaller 10W units for critical off-grid applications. Moreover, the company is well on its way towards the October 2015 target for demonstrating Formira HOD to the Australian Army, as part of the company’s teaming agreement with Tectonica Australia. Another teaming agreement, between NPWZ and Clear Path Technologies, has the company lined up for serious commercial momentum in various regions, and Neah Power has already executed several multi-million dollar proposals as part of the agreement in order to capture demand from potential customers. The company is also in ongoing talks with several entities in China to license and manufacture the technology.

Remote power in emerging markets is one of the key trends for the growing fuel cell technology industry, especially in countries handicapped by antiquated grid architectures such as India, where persistent rolling blackouts have continued to hamper progress, even since the now famous 2012 blackouts, which left over 700 million connected people (mostly in northern and eastern India) without power for days. Despite the seriousness and now inescapability of the national grid infrastructure problem in India, the best efforts by the government have thus far failed to really offset the rapidly growing public’s concerns about the future of the grid, and this is especially true in remote rural regions, many of whom are not yet even powered. It is difficult for remote villages to modernize or have any hope of a future without access to power and the Indian government has really started taking this problem seriously in recent years.

The ability of scalable fuel cell technology to serve as a drop-in solution for remote rural populations is the same feature that makes it ideal for forward bases in military applications, or for off-grid power at corporate installations. NPWZ’s ongoing talks with India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation, to finalize a licensing agreement for its PowerChip fuel cell technology, dovetails exceptionally well with PM Narendra Modi’s Make in India program that was launched last year around this time. Third-party validation of the technology from such a high profile global entity is a major coup for NPWZ and the same disruptive PowerChip fuel cell architecture that could soon be bringing power to India’s remotest villages, is also being advanced by NPWZ in the form of a ground breaking porous silicon-chip based battery application, the PowerChip® Battery.

Mobile energy uses for computing are a growth market for micro fuel cell applications like NPWZ’s PowerChip technology, whose development is the result of over $50 million in strategic investment capital from major sector players like chip manufacturing giant Intel’s (NASDAQ: INTC) venture capital arm, Intel Capital, and semiconductor innovators like Novellus, which was acquired by Lam Research (NASDAQ: LRCX) in 2012. The combination of advanced fuel cell technology and cutting-edge battery storage technology could forever change the way we think about power consumption rates in portable electronics and it would be wise for investors to keep an eye on micro fuel cell technology as the centrally disruptive factor in this arena.

The recent announcement of a pivotal teaming agreement with remote, real-time situational awareness technology developer, S4W Worldwide Technologies, to integrate NPWZ’s power generation and porous silicon battery technologies into S4W’s wearable cameras that are designed primarily for police and security markets, is just the latest feather in Neah Power Systems’ cap. This agreement calls for NPWZ to deliver commercial Formira HOD units, in addition to PowerChip fuel cell and PowerChip Battery engineering units to S4W, while also providing the requisite engineering and technical support needed to ensure that these technologies are integrated optimally into S4W’s own industry-leading products. This team-up could provide exactly what the booming wearable camera market has been yearning for, particularly among LEOs and operators in the security market: a reliable, high-performance, long-lasting power supply that will keep a unit running through an entire duty shift.

Learn more, visit NPWZ’s website at www.neahpower.com

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Recent Agreement with S4 Worldwide Positions NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) in Prime Industry Position

September 23, 2015

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Growing demand for our nation’s police force to wear body cameras has triggered an industry race to develop and deploy the most efficient and wearable technologies possible. VOXX International Corp. subsidiary VOXX Electronics Corp. is among the more recognizable names working to carve a spot in this fast-growing industry.

VOXX Electronics’ most recent move was to sign a letter of intent with S4 Worldwide, LLC (S4W) for exclusive rights to manufacture and distribute the SENTRY BodyCam, a real-time HD/IR streaming wearable body camera designed for military, police and law enforcement officials.

S4W’s SENTRY BodyCam provides real-time HD video communications link for police and law enforcement officials for instant awareness and visibility from any location with an embedded GPS chip. The device is self-powered for up to 10 hours with portable lithium polymer battery supply, automatic video upload via Wi-Fi, automated notification of activity recorded, and extended onboard and remote archiving capabilities.

Of key importance here is the lithium polymer battery, which emphasizes the need for body-cameras to be lightweight and flexible without compromising durability and reliability. Developing a technology of this nature is first nature for NEAH Power Systems, Inc., also making an entrance into the body-cam industry and a vertical link to VOXX with a recently announced a key partnership with S4W.

Neah Power’s fuel cell business is divided into three product lines, each in various degrees of progression and potential commercial partnerships: the patented and award winning, silicon-based Powerchip® technology; BuzzBar™ and BuzzCell™ micro fuel cells, which use patent pending low cost, differentiated technology; and Formira™, a reformer platform for direct on-site generation of hydrogen gas.

With 14 patents and eight patents pending, NEAH Power has incorporated its award-winning and patented PowerChip® fuel cell architecture into the patent pending PowerChip® battery. To date, this new battery design has exhibited unprecedented performance characteristics.

The teaming agreement with S4W enables both parties to integrate NEAH Power’s power generation and energy storage technologies with S4W’s industry leading security and defense products, including cutting-edge body cameras currently marketed to police and security professionals around the world. The agreement also allows the two companies to cooperatively market each of the other’s products, thereby expanding the number of distribution and sales channels available, driving one another’s capabilities and growing customer bases with high capital efficiency.

NEAH Power will deliver commercial units of its patented formic acid reformer fuel cell (Formira HOD™) and engineering units of its PowerChip® fuel cell and silicon-chip based PowerChip® Battery. In addition, NEAH Power will provide S4W with engineering and technical support to ensure successful integration into S4W’s state-of-the-art body worn cameras.

In a news release announcing the agreement, Paul Sault, CEO of S4W noted, “Our engineering staff and consultants immediately recognized the transformative nature of NEAH Power’s Formira HOD™ and PowerChip® solutions, specifically, when incorporated in a highly disruptive product like our Smart Body Cam where continuous power is necessary for delivery of the ever-important personnel and public safety benefits they provide. Upon first being introduced to NEAH Power’s PowerChip® Battery, S4W was eager to become an early adopter. While interviewing countless numbers of public safety personnel about what features they wanted to see standard on a body camera, having the power necessary to make it through an entire shift without battery recharging or replacement, ranked very near the top.”

As NEAH Power moves closer to first commercial release of the PowerChip® Battery, the company appears to be in the right place, at the right time, with a potentially superior product that will cater to demand for small, light and powerful energy storage solutions for today’s police force.

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QualityStocks Features NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) in Exclusive Interview

September 21, 2015

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Today we released a new audio interview with Dr. Chris D’Couto, president and CEO of NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (OTC: NPWZ), an innovator of long-lasting, efficient and safe power solutions for military, transportation and portable electronics applications. The interview can be heard at www.QualityStocks.net/interview-npwz.php.

NEAH Power Systems’ interview begins with a brief discussion in which Dr. D’Couto describes the company’s three heavily patented technologies that supply off-grid energy needs for defense, commercial and consumer markets: the Powerchip® full cell; Formira Hydrogen on Demand (Formira HOD); and the BuzzBar™ suite of products.

Dr. D’Couto next describes the core competencies of NEAH Power Systems’ management team and how they contribute to the corporation’s strategies.

“We’re very fortunate to have a pretty diverse team that focuses on different skill sets and are very complementary and needed to grow the company,” says Dr. D’Couto, whose PhD in chemical engineering and MBA are further accentuated by his 15 years of experience helping multi-million dollar companies bring to market various products and technologies.

After a more detailed look at NEAH Power Systems’ technologies, conversation turns to the company’s numerous accomplishments in 2015, which include ongoing discussions with parties in China related to licensing and manufacturing Formira HOD; the advancement of its pending acquisition of Shorai, which reported $4 million in revenue for full-year 2014; the shipment of three PowerChip® units to the government of India; and other milestones discussed in the company’s recent update to shareholders (http://neahpower.com/2015/09/august-2015-update-to-shareholders/).

Dr. D’Couto concludes the interview with a brief but exciting insight of what’s to come in the near-term future.

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NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Engages QualityStocks Investor Relations Services

September 17, 2015

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NEAH Power Systems, focused on the development of innovative, long-lasting, efficient and safe power solutions for military, transportation and portable electronics applications, announces that it has engaged the investor relations services of QualityStocks. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, QualityStocks has assisted more than 300 public companies with their efforts to broaden influence, attract growth capital and improve shareholder value.

“We’ve partnered with QualityStocks to assist in the dissemination of corporate news while painting for investors a clear picture of the astounding market potential arising before us,” stated Dr. Chris D’Couto, president and CEO of NEAH Power Systems. “NEAH Power Systems is embarking on an exciting season of growth as we continue to explore applications of our cutting-edge power solutions in both domestic and international markets. The QualityStocks team will work to keep shareholders abreast of our progress and help raise brand awareness to the broader investment community.”

Leveraging its extensive network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools, QualityStocks will execute a campaign to raise visibility of NEAH Power Systems and its patented, award-winning technology.

“NEAH Power Systems is taking an admirable step in proactively enhancing its communication efforts while advancing its position as a provider of innovative energy solutions,” stated QualityStocks Managing Director Michael McCarthy. “We’re honored to join NEAH Power Systems to help the company better communicate its operations and achievements to existing and potential shareholders.”

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NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Teams Up with S4 Worldwide for Business and Product Development

September 16, 2015

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NEAH Power Systems and S4W Worldwide Technologies (“S4W”) today announced a teaming agreement. Per the terms, both parties will be working together to integrate NEAH POWER’s patented power generation and energy storage technologies with S4W’s industry leading security and defense products.

NEAH POWER has agreed to deliver commercial units of its patented formic acid reformer fuel cell (Formira HOD™) and engineering units of its PowerChip® fuel cell and PowerChip® Battery. In addition, NEAH POWER will provide S4W with engineering and technical support to ensure successful integration into S4W’s products.

The agreement, which allows NEAH POWER and S4W to cooperatively market each other’s products, is anticipated to expand the number of distribution and sales channels available to the partners, and allow each to fully exploit the capabilities and growing customer bases of the other, with high capital efficiency.

Of particular focus in the agreement, is the cooperation of the parties on the anticipated commercialization and release of NEAH POWER’s ground breaking porous silicon-chip based PowerChip® Battery. In connection with the agreement, NEAH POWER will deliver S4W, as a preferred partner, initial production runs of the PowerChip® Battery for incorporation in S4W’s state-of-the-art body worn cameras currently being marketed to police and security professionals worldwide.

“We are most enthused to partner with S4W and their engineering teams to develop industry leading products with unprecedented durations of operation,” stated Chris D’Couto, President and CEO of Neah Power Systems, Inc. “The partnership with S4W, with its high caliber management and sales organization, will allow us to further advance our system integration strategy, while increasing the number of markets for the products offered by NEAH POWER and its partners. I strongly believe that this cooperation between NEAH POWER and S4W fits perfectly with our mantra to deliver power generation and energy storage solutions that are ‘smaller, lighter and more powerful’.”

Paul Sault, CEO of S4W, added, “S4W welcomes the opportunity to co-develop and market product incorporating NEAH POWER’s advanced technologies. Our engineering staff and consultants immediately recognized the transformative nature of NEAH POWER’s Formira HOD™ and PowerChip® solutions, specifically, when incorporated in a highly disruptive product like our Smart Body Cam where continuous power is necessary for delivery of the ever-important personnel and public safety benefits they provide. Upon first being introduced to NEAH POWER’s PowerChip® Battery, S4W was eager to become an early adopter. While interviewing countless numbers of public safety personnel about what features they wanted to see standard on a body camera, having the power necessary to make it through an entire shift without battery recharging or replacement, ranked very near the top.”

Chris D’Couto concluded, “As previously reported, NEAH POWER has incorporated its award-winning and patented PowerChip® fuel cell architecture into the patent pending PowerChip® battery. To date, this new battery design has exhibited unprecedented performance characteristics. As NEAH POWER moves closer to first commercial release of the PowerChip® Battery, NEAH POWER expects to continue to work in close cooperation with companies like S4W in expanding integration opportunities and advancing other pre-launch activities.”

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Adds William A. Nitze to Strategic Advisory Board

September 9, 2015

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Today before the opening bell, Neah Power Systems announced the addition of William A. Nitze to the company’s strategic advisory board.

“Mr. Nitze’s extensive commercialization, capitalization, international business and focus on off-grid and renewable energy experience will be invaluable to the growth of our Company,” stated Dr. Chris D’Couto, president and CEO of Neah Power Systems.

Nitze will contribute his knowledge and array of specialties to advise on commercialization and international growth strategies.

“I am pleased to facilitate the growth of Neah Power Systems with its unique and differentiated technology offerings, which are clearly needed for off-grid, renewable power for a variety of domestic and international markets,” commented Nitze. “It’s an honor to join the team and I look forward to providing Neah Power Systems with insight and guidance obtained from my current and previous endeavors.”

Nitze is currently chairman of Oceana Energy Company, a company developing and seeking to commercialize a new hydrokinetic technology to convert tidal energy into electricity; and chairman of Clear Path Technologies, Inc., a company that designs and builds neutron-based systems for detecting and identifying explosives and other dangerous substances in containers and develops integrated security solutions. He is also vice-chairman of Senseye, Inc., a company software for the transmission of visual images and other information.

In 2003 Nitze co-founded GridPoint, Inc., a company that develops and markets intelligent energy management systems for commercial and industrial applications. Nitze is senior advisor for Energy and Environment Policy at the Transnational Strategy Group. He also serves on the board of the Aspen Institute and the advisory board of the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study at George Mason University.

Nitze has held key positions in government, non-governmental organizations and the private sector in the United States and abroad. From 1994 to 2001, he served as assistant administrator for International Activities at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. He was president of the Alliance to Save Energy from 1990 to 1994; and from 1987 to 1990 served as deputy assistant secretary of State for Environment, Health and Natural Resources, for which he held a lead role in international negotiations on global issues such as climate change, ozone layer protection and trans-boundary air pollution. Early in his career, Nitze worked in the legal department of Mobil Oil Corporation and from 1976 to 1980was general counsel of Mobil Oil Japan.

Nitze is also an adjunct fellow at the Center for Strategic & International Studies and chairman of the board of advisors of the European Institute. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Nitze is a graduate of Harvard College, Wadham College, Oxford, and Harvard Law School. He is a member of the State of New York and U.S. Supreme Court Bars.

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) is “One to Watch”

September 2, 2015

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) is focused on the development of innovative, long-lasting, efficient and safe power solutions for military, transportation and portable electronics applications. The company applies its portfolio of patented technologies to maintain a competitive position in the fast-growing market for fuel cells and power generation devices.

At the core of Neah Power Systems’ fuel cell business is three product lines, each in various degrees of progression and potential commercial partnerships: the patented and award winning, silicon-based Powerchip® technology; BuzzBar™ and BuzzCell™ micro fuel cells, which use patent pending low cost, differentiated technology; and Formira™, a reformer platform for direct on-site generation of hydrogen gas. Neah Power Systems’ partnership agreement with Tectonica of Australia will allow for cross marketing of Tectonica’s BANTAM® System and Neah Power Systems’ Formira™ HOD technology in a wide range of geographic areas. These teaming agreements helps increase the market sector and geographical reach of the Company without incurring the associated expenses of expanding into those areas.

Neah Power Systems has 14 patents and eight patents pending. Prospective applications of these technologies include notebook, PCs, military radios, drones, and other computer, entertainment and communications products. The company’s ideas and products received several industry awards, including: 2012 ZINO Green finalist, 2010 WTIA finalist, and 2010 Best of What’s New™ Popular Science, Office of Naval Research Award, Red Herring Top 100 Innovators Winner, NIST Award and more.

At the helm of progressive market achievements and innovations is a management team and board of directors decorated with decades of relative expertise and knowledge. This team of individuals delivers a wealth of experience and hands-on development, which are complementary to Neah Power Systems’ impressive intellectual property portfolio and fuel the company’s increasing momentum in the competitive energy, fuel cell and technology sector.

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Highlights Considerable Progress toward Commercialization in August Shareholder Update

September 1, 2015

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (OTC PINK: NPWZ), an innovator and supplier of cutting-edge power solutions for the military, transportation and portable electronics industries, this morning provided an update on its efforts to commercialize, license and sell its industry-leading technologies and products. The company’s recent efforts to secure additional funding and pursue strategic opportunities have been largely successful, as it has executed term sheets with a collection of investors currently continuing their due diligence. When finalized, the flexibility provided by these agreements is expected to be vital to Neah Power Systems’ future market growth, particularly as it relates to mergers and acquisitions that could vastly expand its market reach.

One example of the importance of this flexibility is highlighted by the company’s impending acquisition of Shorai, Inc., a leading producer of prismatic cell lithium iron phosphate power sports batteries. Despite delays, both parties remain interested in the merger, which will give Neah Power Systems access to broader markets and new product offerings. After reporting approximately $4 million in total revenues during 2014, Shorai is expected to be immediately accretive, adding significant value to Neah Power Systems while benefiting from anticipated supply chain and operational synergies. The current deadline to complete the acquisition is September 15, 2015.

Much of Neah Power Systems’ recent progress has come in regard to its proprietary Formira HOD™ direct on-site hydrogen gas generation technology. The company recently filed for $3.5 million in European Union grant funding focused on increasing the scale of its best-in-class system. In addition to beginning preliminary design for larger and smaller units to meet specific off-grid power needs, Neah Power Systems is in ongoing discussions with parties in China related to the licensing and manufacture of its innovative technology. The company is also leveraging established teaming agreements in order to present its products to the Australian Army and other customers in various regions around the globe.

This significant progress in expanding upon its presence in the global stored energy market is a promising indication of Neah Power Systems’ market potential moving forward. Look for the company to continue leveraging the marketability of its intellectual property portfolio, which includes 27 issued or pending patents, as it continues to search for suitable licensing and manufacturing partners ahead of full-scale commercialization of its award-winning stored energy solutions in the future.

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