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QS Energy, Inc. (QSEP), Formerly Save the World Air, Inc., Announces New Corporate Identity and Updated Business Strategy

August 13, 2015

Save the World Air, Inc. is enhancing its focus on improving operational efficiencies for the global energy infrastructure, and, in an effort to better reflect this updated strategy to potential clients and investors, has changed its name to QS Energy, Inc. (OTCQX: QSEP). Moving forward, the company will look to capitalize on the realignment currently impacting the energy sector by solidifying its position as a leading developer of technology for the efficient and safe transport of petroleum products.

“Our new corporate identity, QS Energy, Inc., and new stock symbol, QSEP, more effectively represent this exciting new phase of the company’s growth trajectory,” Greggory Bigger, chairman and chief executive officer of QS Energy, stated in a news release. “QS refers to ‘quick strike,’ a philosophy that has become fundamental to our strategy on both fronts as we move from the lab to the field with our existing product portfolio, and pursue accretive and synergistic acquisitions.”

QS Energy’s current portfolio includes two proprietary technology offerings aimed at the oil pipeline industry – Applied Oil Technology™ (AOT) and Joule Heat™. AOT is a patent-protected hardware system designed to reduce the viscosity of crude oil transported via pipeline. In extensive laboratory testing, AOT demonstrated a collection of benefits including increased flow rates, lower pump station power consumption and improved safety margins. The company’s second product, Joule Heat, is designed to increase the internal temperature of pipelines through the use of electric current. Unlike currently available trace heating systems, QS Energy’s groundbreaking system increases oil temperature uniformly without interrupting flow. The company continues to make great strides toward the impending commercialization of both products.

In addition to marketing its technology, QS Energy has initiated an aggressive mergers and acquisitions strategy designed to capitalize on the recent drop in oil prices. QS Energy Pool, the company’s special purpose vehicle, was created to identify and acquire drastically undervalued assets with overleveraged balance sheets and significant degrees of costly debt. Although these firms often have excellent producing assets and solid cash flow, low commodity prices have many of them unable to continue operations. QS Energy Pool will look to acquire these failing firms, providing an opportunity to realize immediate increases in revenue generation in the short-term.

“QS Energy’s dual growth strategy is to deploy its flow assurance solutions globally and to acquire undervalued operating companies, technologies and oil and gas assets,” continued Bigger. “Our [mergers and acquisitions] plan was enacted to provide income and revenue that is synergistic with our current operations.”

While many exploration and production firms are struggling to cope with slumping oil prices – including industry giants such as Chevron Corp (NYSE: CVX) and BP PLC (NYSE: BP) – QS Energy, through its revitalized growth strategy, is set to begin a new chapter. Look for the company to make accelerated progress toward the commercialization of its innovative product portfolio while supplementing shareholder value through the acquisition of complementary entities in the months to come.

For more information, visit www.qsenergy.com

STWA (ZERO) Holds 2014 Year End Earnings Conference Call

March 17, 2015

Save The World Air (“STWA”), d/b/a STWA, a California-based company providing the global energy industry with patent-protected industrial equipment to improve the performance of crude oil pipelines, today held its 2014 Year End Earnings Conference Call to inform investors of key developments over the past year.

Gregg Bigger, the company’s Chairman and CEO, summarized the most important accomplishments in a very busy year, including the fact that STWA achieved the first revenues in the company’s history, as it begins the critical transition from a pure play R&D company toward commercialization and diversification.

In working with a large midstream partner, involving 19 vendors and numerous engineers, STWA developed the company’s Applied Oil Technology (AOT) system for one of the largest pipelines in the U.S. The AOT system is based upon the science of electrorheology, and specifically the reduction of oil viscosity, improving core flow by aggregating particulate matter within the crude oil itself. This project represented an essential shift and milestone for the company, successfully moving the technology from a laboratory setting to a commercial environment, resulting in additional work and initial revenue generation.

2014 also saw the development of a new technology for the company, called STWA Joule Heat, and STWA is continuing to work to move this product into commercial application. STWA Joule Heat is an energy-efficient crude oil heating technology which improves flow and pipeline performance with less power and in a smaller form factor than existing trace heating solutions. Mr. Bigger explained that the goal of STWA Joule Heat is to replace inefficient heating systems from within the upstream oil and gas market. This contributes to the company’s goal of diversification, allowing it to work in both the upstream and midstream marketplace. The company has signed a joint development agreement to install an STWA Joule Heat system in the upstream market from within the state of Utah.

Mr. Bigger also emphasized that management will continue to improve STWA’s capital structure, looking at a variety of options over the next 6 months, and will keep investors informed. He indicated that, for example, the company wants to be in a position to make valuable strategic acquisitions.

A webcast replay link will be available in the “Investors” section of the STWA website at http://IR.STWA.com, and investors can listen to a replay by calling 877-660-6853 (International number: +1 201 612 7415) and using passcode 13603968. A transcript of the call is also available at Seeking Alpha via the following link: http://dtn.fm/stwa-earnings-call-2014-transcript.

For more information on the company, visit www.stwa.com

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STWA (ZERO) Announces Year-End Results for 2014 and Summarizes Recent Milestones

Save The World Air, Inc., d/b/a STWA, a developer of patent-protected industrial equipment designed to deliver measurable performance improvements to crude oil pipelines, yesterday announced its financial results for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2014.

“2014 marked a turning point in our Company’s evolution as we successfully demonstrated the effectiveness of Applied Oil Technology (“AOT™”), after many years of product development, and realized our first revenues,” stated Greggory Bigger, STWA’s Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. “We are now engaged with the largest energy infrastructure company in North America, conducting additional field tests to measure the effectiveness of viscosity reduction and believe 2015 will hold great promise for our Company. Additionally, we made significant progress in the development of our Joule Heat solution and see opportunities to expand our offering beyond the pipelines and with other potential industry partners. While we are still engaged heavily in R&D, this year’s focus is on the continued optimization of our offerings and commercialization. Following a series of tests with customers around the world in the first half of this year, we should emerge in a stronger position operationally, and I would expect, with additional revenue streams. This has been one of my primary goals since becoming CEO. Every member of our team remains focused on enhancing shareholder value and while it has taken us longer than anticipated to get to this stage, I believe we are at the cusp of unlocking value.”

Notably, STWA achieved significant improvements in its bottom-line performance because of the revenues generated and lower expense levels in fiscal 2014. A pre-tax net loss of $4.0 million for the period ended December 31, 2014 was reported, which is a significant improvement to the $10.7 million recorded in the comparable year-ago period. Fiscal 2014 includes, among other items, a $3.4 million gain on the extinguishment of derivative liabilities and there were no similar gains in fiscal 2014. Net loss and net loss per basic and diluted share were $4.0 million and ($0.02), respectively, for the period ended December 31, 2014 as compared to a net loss of $10.7 million or a loss per basic and diluted share of (0.07) for the comparable fiscal 2013 period.

Mr. Bigger further commented, “In 2015, we intend to continue the commercialization of our technologies, while working with industry and academia to further build out our solutions. Today, our product portfolio is dedicated to the crude oil production and transportation marketplace, with a specific-focus on enhancing flow-assurance parameters of new and existing pipeline gathering and transmission systems. Through both AOT and Joule Heat, we have solutions that can help reduce viscosity, increase the number of barrels of oil able to be transported, have a meaningful impact of reducing emissions, while helping operators become more efficient and profitable. This year, we intend to continue commercialization efforts in the midstream market for AOT and bring Joule Heat to market for upstream and gathering applications. The next few months will be critical in compiling data and we look forward to providing the market with further updates on our progress.”

Milestones of Fiscal 2014

– In the second quarter of the prior year, STWA began generating revenues from its AOT technology for the first time. The revenues were derived from one of the company’s customers and relate to an Equipment Lease Agreement, which has subsequently ended in the fourth quarter of 2014. STWA installed and tested four AOT Midstream vessels with a cumulative maximum flow capacity of 20,000 gallons per minute. The company received a report from ATS RheoSystems, an independent third-party, validating the efficacy of the AOT technology in reducing viscosity of crude oil in high-flow, high-pressure, turbulent environments. The results of this test have also been used to improve the solution.

– In the following quarter, STWA entered into a new Equipment Lease/Option Purchase Agreement with the largest energy infrastructure company in North America. Equipment provided includes a single AOT Midstream pressure vessel with a maximum flow capacity of 5,000 gallons per minute. Equipment was delivered to this customer towards the end of the 2014 fourth quarter and AOT will be used on a primary crude and condensate pipeline serving the Eagle Ford in South Texas (known as the most active shale play in the world; currently producing over 870,000 barrels of crude oil and 220,000 barrels of condensate daily). As previously announced, the companies are scheduled to begin testing the effectiveness of AOT shortly, with updates anticipated in the second half of 2015.

– Throughout last year, STWA began commercial development of a suite of products based around the new electrical heat system which reduces oil viscosity through a process known as Joule Heat. The company is designing and optimizing this technology for the upstream oil transportation market, and entered a field deployment agreement with an upstream operator to test its efficacy. Updates are anticipated in the next couple months.

– In the final quarter of 2014, STWA began trading on the OTCQX, the highest-tier marketplace for established global and growth companies operated by OTC Markets Group Inc.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

STWA had cash on hand of $2.2 million at the end of last year as compared to $2.4 million a year earlier. As shown by the numbers reported, management has been aggressively moving forward with initiatives to lower its fixed expenses and R&D costs, and the team plans on continuing to establish strict cost control measures as STWA moves from the development stage to commercialization. According to yesterday’s press release, the company anticipates pursuing some form(s) of strategic alternatives this year as management aims to improve the STWA’s balance sheet and generate cash for further investments in its business.

In conclusion, Mr. Bigger stated, “We’ve invested significant resources over the past several years and believe these investments will soon result in successful customer deployments, increased revenues and cash flow for our Company. With that said we are still developing our portfolio and looking to expand applications beyond the Midstream, while highlighting the clean tech benefits of our solutions. Additionally, with Joule Heat, I believe we have something unique in the marketplace with massive potential. However, additional resources will be needed this year to fund R&D initiatives and to be opportunistic in the market, whether in the form of partnerships and/or acquisitions and improving our working capital is one of our top priorities. I am fully committed to this Company and look forward to providing our investors with meaningful updates, most of which will be in the 2nd half of the year.”

For further information about STWA, Inc., visit www.stwa.com

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Save the World Air, Inc. (ZERO) Schedules Year-End 2014 Earnings Results Release and Conference Call

March 10, 2015

Today before the opening bell, Save The World Air, Inc., d/b/a STWA, announced that it will be reporting its earnings results for the period ended December 31, 2014 on Monday of next week. The company also plans to host a conference call and webcast to discuss its financial and operating results on Tuesday, March 17, 2015, at 10 am EDT.

Conference Call Information:

• Toll-free number: +1 877 407 6951
• International number: +1 412 902 0046

Investors will also be able to listen to the webcast live by visiting the STWA website at www.stwa.com. Those unable to join can access a webcast and teleconference replay approximately one hour after the completion of the call. The live webcast and replay link will be located in the “Investors” section of the STWA website at http://ir.stwa.com/.

Replay Information:

• Toll-free number: +1 877 660 6853
• International number: +1 201 612 7415
• Passcode: 13603968

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Save the World Air, Inc. (ZERO) Commercializing Patented Crude Oil Viscosity Reduction Technology to Optimize Performance of Global Pipeline Infrastructure

March 9, 2015

As North American oil and gas production continues its record growth, designing and installing new pipeline infrastructure to transport these unprecedented levels of upstream output is proving to be a challenge. Permitting delays, legislative largesse and magnified public scrutiny are slowing a much needed build-out of takeaway capacity in regions of booming production throughout the continent. To help alleviate the industry’s crude oil transportation challenges, Save the World Air, Inc. (“STWA”) (OTCQX: ZERO) is commercializing Applied Oil Technology (AOT™), a field-tested technology proven effective in delivering performance gains in the movement of crude oil through existing pipeline infrastructures.

AOT is a patent-protected, 100% solid-state system that reduces the viscosity of oil by applying a high intensity electrical field to the feedstock, allowing pipelines to operate at a lower pressure and transport crude oil more efficiently. By causing particulate matter such as paraffins, asphaltene and other impurities within crude oil to clump together, AOT decreases drag resistance, speeding the flow of oil and increasing takeaway capacity.

STWA recently announced its plan to commence testing of AOT in collaboration with a major midstream operator on a primary crude and condensate pipeline serving the Eagle Ford Formation in South Texas. Independent analysis of the deployment will be conducted by ATS RheoSystems to measure the system’s efficacy in increasing the pipeline’s flow rate, lowering of pipeline operating pressure and reduction of pump station power consumption.

“Clearly this is an important milestone in the commercialization of the industry’s first solid state technology that harnesses electricity to lower viscosity and improve the flow of a broad range of grades of crude oil,” stated Greggory Bigger, CEO and Chairman of STWA. “The exponential growth in U.S. condensate production is contributing significantly to the energy industry’s pipeline capacity challenges, creating the potential for an immense, long-term market for AOT.”

According to Mr. Bigger, due to recent downward pressure on oil prices globally, exploration and production companies and pipeline operators are increasingly focused on improving efficiencies and driving down operational costs. He points out that industry trade groups agree that the push to reduce overhead will help companies weather the price squeeze and make the industry healthier in the long run.

“Studies by multiple industry and government sources have found that pipelines are, by far, the safest and most economical method to move crude,” Mr. Bigger commented. “With record levels of crude oil projected to be flowing through the nation’s pipelines for years to come and tighter margins in the upstream and midstream sectors driving a renewed focus on reducing overhead, we’re delighted STWA is well positioned to help the industry do accomplish both more efficiently with our AOT system.”

For more information, visit www.stwa.com

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STWA (ZERO) Delivers Greater Operational Efficiencies to the Energy Industry with Crude Oil Pipeline Optimization Technologies

March 2, 2015

Save The World Air, Inc., d/b/a STWA, develops integrated solutions for the energy industry designed to improve the economics and efficiencies of crude oil pipelines at time when producers and transporters are intensely focused on reducing operational overhead. With a single-minded focus on the application of electrical fields directly to crude oil while in transit, STWA is uniquely positioned as a vendor of “clean tech” systems to the global energy sector.

STWA’s flagship offering is AOT (Applied Oil Technology), patent-protected industrial hardware proven to reduce viscosity of crude oil, ensuring it flows more readily in the pipeline and at higher volumes which helps mitigate “bottlenecks” that slow throughput. The AOT system subjects oil to an electrical field in a single- or multi-vessel hardware configuration, causing naturally occurring particulate matter such as paraffin, asphaltene and other impurities to clump together, decreasing their surface volume. Once AOT is deployed on pipeline pumping stations, oil production and transportation companies benefit from the safer, more cost-effective delivery of greater volumes of oil while reducing energy consumption and lowering CO2 emissions.

AOT Viscosity Reduction System benefits:

• Increases maximum flow rates
• Reduces pump station power consumption
• Optimizes flow assurance
• Enhances pipeline integrity
• Prevention of bottlenecks

AOT incorporates patented technology originally developed at Temple University in Philadelphia, Penn. and field tested by the U.S. Department of Energy. During the past four years of research and development, AOT has been inspected, certified, and approved to meet or exceed the specifications and quality control requirements of all applicable industrial testing and certification laboratories, leading midstream producers, and transportation entities, including deployment on two high volume pipelines.

STWA is also in the process of commercializing STWA Joule Heat, an energy-efficient heating system designed to compete with existing pipeline heating solutions. Developed to treat a wide spectrum of crude oils and designed to withstand extreme weather conditions, SJH is electrically powered, compact and adaptable to a variety of environments, from pipelines and oil fields to marine, rail and truck offloading facilities.

Unlike traditional trace heating systems, SJH is configured to deliver maximum heat conductivity by making direct contact with feedstock within the apparatus, an ASME-code pressure vessel, providing better performance at a lower operating cost.

In support of its clients’ commitment to the responsible sourcing of energy and environmental stewardship, STWA is dedicated to investing in scientific research and collaborative efforts with industry leaders to increase productivity and lower operational costs within the upstream, midstream and gathering sectors here in North America and overseas. The company leadership’s proven ability to design, install, operate and optimize industrial equipment to enhance the performance of existing pipeline infrastructure, improve throughput and mitigate the environmental impact of moving crude provides STWA with opportunities to supply technology to today’s more sustainable and efficiency-minded energy industry.

For more information, visit www.stwa.com

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STWA (ZERO) to Commence Testing of Applied Oil Technology with Major Midstream Operator

February 19, 2015

Save The World Air, Inc., doing business as STWA (OTCQX: ZERO), a developer of integrated solutions for the energy industry, has announced that it will begin testing of its AOT™ (Applied Oil Technology) viscosity reduction system with a major midstream operator on a primary crude and condensate pipeline serving the Eagle Ford in South Texas. Testing is expected to begin shortly.

Testing activity is focused on measuring the efficacy of AOT technology to reduce the viscosity of the condensate or ultra-light crude carried by the pipeline. Further, independent testing is to be conducted by ATS RheoSystems. Testing and analysis of the data is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2015 and be completed in Q2 of this year.

Mr. Greggory Bigger, STWA’s CEO and Chairman, noted, “The opportunity to position a single-vessel AOT installation on one of the nation’s highest volume condensate lines provides an ideal proving ground for demonstrating the operational and cost efficiencies our technology can deliver. Clearly this is an important milestone in the commercialization of the industry’s first solid state technology that harnesses electricity to lower viscosity and improve the flow of a broad range of grades of crude oil.”

Industry studies indicate that production of condensate has surged in recent years as a result of the use of enhanced oil recovery techniques to extract “tight” oil and gas from shale formations throughout North America and overseas. A mixture of liquid hydrocarbons, condensates form in underground reservoirs as a result of temperature and pressure changes caused by drilling. Data provided by the Energy Information Administration indicates the U.S. currently produces 1.2 million barrels of condensate daily, with output projected to reach 1.6 million barrels per day by 2018.

“The exponential growth in U.S. condensate production is contributing significantly to the energy industry’s pipeline capacity challenges, creating the potential for an immense, long-term market for AOT,” Mr. Bigger said. “In particular, takeaway congestion is causing delays in moving crude oil southward to Gulf Coast storage facilities, refineries and offloading terminals, making this deployment both a timely and compelling demonstration of the role AOT technology can play in mitigating these bottlenecks.”

The Eagle Ford is the most active shale play in the world and currently produces over 870,000 barrels of crude oil and 220,000 barrels of condensate daily. Estimates from The U.S. Energy Information Administration reveal that the Western Gulf Basin in total holds approximately 4.1 billion barrels of recoverable oil.

STWA provides the global energy industry with patent-protected industrial equipment designed to deliver measurable performance improvements to crude oil pipelines. Developed in partnership with leading crude oil production and transportation entities, STWA’s high-value solutions address the enormous capacity inadequacies of domestic and overseas pipeline infrastructures that were designed and constructed prior to the current worldwide surge in oil production. In support of its clients’ commitment to the responsible sourcing of energy and environmental stewardship, STWA combines scientific research with inventive problem solving to provide energy efficiency ‘clean tech’ solutions to bring new efficiencies and lower operational costs to the upstream, midstream and gathering sectors.

For more information on the company visit www.stwa.com

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QualityStocks Features Key Management of STWA (ZERO) in Exclusive Interview

February 17, 2015

We have released a new audio interview with Greggory M. Bigger, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Save The World, Inc. d/b/a STWA. The interview can be heard at http://www.QualityStocks.net/interview-zero.php.

Mr. Bigger begins the interview by discussing STWA’s patented industrial equipment which has been proven in multiple field tests to improve the performance and economics of crude oil pipelines. The company’s flagship product, AOT™ (Applied Oil Technology) Viscosity Reduction System, lowers the viscosity of crude oil for less drag resistance to speed the flow of oil and achieve greater operational efficiencies. Developed in partnership with Temple University, leading crude oil production, and transportation entities, AOT addresses the enormous capacity inadequacies of domestic and overseas pipeline infrastructures worldwide.

The Company is also launching STWA Joule Heat, an energy efficient crude oil heating technology that improves flow and pipeline performance with less power and in a smaller form factor than existing trace heating solutions.

“In short, the mission of STWA is to be a developer, designer and vendor of innovative best-of-breed industrial hardware solutions to deliver better performance and efficiencies to the global crude oil transportation infrastructure,” says Mr. Bigger.

Appointed as CFO of STWA in 2012, Mr. Bigger later became president, CEO and chairman of the company and wasted no time re-structuring the company to aggressively and tactically achieve its corporate objectives. In doing so, he assembled a team of highly adept individuals with strong energy and leadership experience.

“During the company’s 16 years of existence, never before has it been in a position to benefit from a seasoned executive team and a board of directors as it is today … we have assembled a board with deep energy industry experience and the necessary mix of independent and non-independent members with extensive industry relationships that will help us as we look to grow our assets and grow shareholder value in both short and long term,” he explains.

The efficacy of this bolstered team is evident in the company’s 2014 achievements, among which include:

• Uplisting to the OTCQX;
• New lease agreements with two Fortune 500 companies in the midstream sector;
• An agreement with an upstream operator in Utah;
• Beta testing of AOT on a 300,000 bpd pipeline; and
• The advancement of the new STWA Joule Heat solution, which will soon undergo testing in Utah.

Mr. Bigger also highlights several other key achievements.

“In a number of ways, 2014 has been a watershed year for STWA. We have aggressively pursued commercialization of AOT here in North America and overseas in Western Europe, Africa and the Middle East … and expect the continuing global energy boom to provide us with further equipment lease and licensing revenue opportunities,” he says.

Before wrapping up the interview by expressing his gratitude to STWA shareholders, employees, board of directors and industry partners, Mr. Bigger outlines specific target markets and explains how various factors of the global energy industry validate the need for the company’s innovative technologies.

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STWA, Inc. (ZERO) Issues CEO Letter to Shareholders

February 11, 2015

Today, a letter from Greggory M. Bigger, the CEO and Chairman of STWA, was sent to investors. Mr. Bigger’s letter discusses initiatives focused on improving shareholder communications, strong progress made improving the balance sheet and furthering the commercialization of the Applied Oil Technology (AOT™), excitement for accomplishments expected to take place this year, and commitment to increasing exposure in targeted news media outlets. The complete message can be found below.

To all STWA Shareholders,

As a follow-up to our press release on February 3rd in which we announced the engagement of QualityStocks as our investor relations firm, with a particular focus on the retail investment community, it’s my pleasure to inform you of another positive step we have taken to improve stakeholder communications — the appointment of M Group Strategic Communications (www.mgroupsc.com) as our business communications firm of record. Their principals have and will be working with the STWA team to refine and enhance our communications program, which encompasses financial relations, media relations, corporate communications, and marketing support.

We engaged M Group based on their expertise in the energy sector and impressive track record working with emerging technology companies, many of which are similar to STWA. Our goal is to benefit from their strong relationships with business, financial and industry press, as well as the institutional finance, banking and research communities. Based in New York, with satellite offices in Washington, DC, Denver, CO and Austin, TX, and overseas in London and Singapore, M Group comes highly recommended, both for their international reach and systematic approach to building shareholder value for their clients. Our intent, and M Group’s mission, is to increase STWA’s exposure within the global investment community, raising awareness of our Company and our solutions among decision makers in the energy industry, and ultimately, achieve a higher valuation of the Company and our securities.

It is our belief that by engaging in dual, yet highly integrated IR/PR programs coordinated across M Group, QualityStocks and the STWA team, we will more effectively communicate our successes and business opportunities, especially as our commercialization efforts evolve into customer deployments. With several projects underway and anticipated milestones coming throughout 2015, we believe now is the time to raise awareness of our Company and the technology that we have and continue to develop for the global markets.

Communications is very important to me and to our Board of Directors. To date, sharing information has been challenging given our contractual agreements and the restrictions they hold, making it only allowable to disclose news that is deemed material to the Company by the Securities and Exchange Commission. With that said, I receive hundreds of calls and e-mails each month, have held group-oriented investor presentations and conducted one-on-one roadshow meetings, and I take what our shareholders say to heart. The addition of our new, integrated communications team is both in response to what I have heard from many of you, as well as to maximize our efforts on both the IR and PR fronts given the Company’s evolution.

I realize that in the past, there’s been a lot of excitement over the potential our technology holds for the oil & gas and transportation industries. That excitement has yet to translate into shareholder value and until these past quarters, we had yet to realize revenues. However, we’ve been strategically investing in R&D, exploring business partnerships on a global scale and trying to move beyond the lab into the field and over the past few quarters we have made progress, amassing valuable data and proof points for AOT, and our first revenues. We also have made significant progress with the development of STWA Joule Heat, a new heating technology that has widespread applications.

In my role as Chairman and CEO, it is my duty and highest priority to address your concerns head-on and at the same time, communicate our progress with you and what it means for our business, both now and longer-term. With that said, we also want to be strategic in what we say and how we manage expectations. Moving forward, it is our intent to provide shareholders with more detailed quarterly updates, in conjunction with our financial reports, and that will begin shortly when we report fiscal year 2014 results. We are also going to begin a concerted effort to increase our exposure in targeted news media outlets, focusing on industry need, ROI for operators and transporters, and the drive toward cleaner, more efficient technologies.

As I noted in my last shareholder communications, our 2014 priorities were to reduce overhead, improve our balance sheet and expedite the commercialization of AOT, while further expanding our technology portfolio. We made considerable progress on all of these initiatives and I’m proud of our accomplishments. Looking ahead, it’s about continued execution and our team must demonstrate that this is a business with the potential to generate meaningful revenues, manage and invest capital strategically, and deliver returns – for all stakeholders. We cannot control the past, but we certainly can impact our future.

I am a shareholder of STWA and I’m 100% committed to this Company. We’ve been through quite a journey together and I am fervently convinced that the best years are ahead. I thank you for your continued support and I assure you that our interests are very much aligned. I’m truly looking forward to providing you all with updates on our progress, and will do so when we report our year-end results.

All the best,

Greggory M. Bigger
Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board
Save the World Air, Inc. d/b/a STWA
www.STWA.com

STWA, Inc. (ZERO) Engages QualityStocks Investor Relations Services

February 3, 2015

Save The World Air, Inc., d/b/a STWA, a developer of integrated solutions for the energy industry, today 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.

STWA’s patent-protected industrial equipment optimizes the performance of crude oil pipelines and helps mitigate the capacity inadequacies of global oil pipeline infrastructures. The Company’s flagship product, AOT™ Viscosity Reduction System, lowers the viscosity of crude oil for less drag resistance to speed the flow of oil and achieve greater operational efficiencies. Once deployed on pipeline pumping stations, oil production and transportation companies benefit from the safer, more cost-effective delivery of greater volumes of oil while reducing energy consumption at pumping stations and lowering CO2 emissions. STWA Joule Heat is an energy-efficient crude oil heating technology that improves flow and pipeline performance with less power and in a smaller form factor than existing trace heating solutions. Through these solutions, STWA is commercializing energy efficiency ‘clean tech’ solutions to deliver new efficiencies and lower operational costs to the upstream, midstream and gathering sectors.

“We’ve identified significant expansion opportunities to deploy our proprietary technology to key sectors in the oil and gas market,” stated Greggory M. Bigger, chairman and CEO of STWA. “Our next goal is to advance on these opportunities and clearly, effectively and consistently update our shareholders along the way. We’ve engaged the QualityStocks team to lead our communication and outreach initiatives while we focus on the business at hand and continue to drive shareholder value.”

The QualityStocks network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools will serve as conduits to keep shareholders abreast of STWA’s news and progress while raising the company’s visibility among the wider investment community.

“STWA is aggressively performing in a rapidly expanding global energy industry and has demonstrated incredible growth potential to become a leader in this market,” stated QualityStocks Managing Director Michael McCarthy. “We’re proud to partner with STWA to relay the company’s initiatives and achievements to existing and potential shareholders and look forward to being a part of the company’s continued growth.”

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Save The World Air, Inc. (ZERO) Appoints Highly Accomplished Energy Industry Veteran to Board of Directors

January 26, 2015

Earlier this morning, Save The World Air (“STWA”) announced that Thomas A. Bundros has been elected as an independent member of its Board of Directors, effective Friday, January 23, 2015.

“We’re delighted to welcome Tom to our Board and believe our organization will benefit greatly from his valuable counsel and insight, especially given his leadership experience in the petroleum transportation sector,” stated Greggory Bigger, STWA’s Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. “He is well-known, highly accomplished, and has extensive industry relationships that will help us as we look to grow our assets and enhance shareholder value in both the short and long-term.”

Mr. Bundros’ extensive industry experience includes serving as Chief Financial Officer at Colonial Pipeline Company, the world’s largest pipeline operator transporting 100 million gallons of refined petroleum products daily across 5,500 miles of pipeline. Mr. Bundros also held various financial positions in the Atlanta and New York offices of the Southern Company System, the 16th largest utility company in the world and the fourth largest in the U.S. with over 4 million customers in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and Mississippi.

Currently Mr. Bundros holds the post of Chief Operations Officer for Dalton Utilities, a provider of electricity, natural gas, water and telecommunications services to the city of Dalton and portions of northwest Georgia. He earned his Master of Business Administration in Finance and Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Mr. Bundros commented, “As a former pipeline industry Chief Financial Officer, I know firsthand that there are two primary drivers behind maximizing financial performance — increasing flow rate and decreasing energy consumption. I believe that STWA’s Applied Oil Technology and Joule Heat offerings can help transporters of crude oil achieve both.”

“Tom’s track record as a highly respected senior executive in the capital intensive energy sector is ideally suited to our mission of providing bottom line benefits to leading crude oil producers and pipeline operators,” Mr. Bigger added. “This is especially important today with the recent downward pressure on global oil prices, as there is a greater need to maximize efficiencies on a lower cost basis, precisely the benefits of Applied Oil Technology (AOT) and STWA Joule Heat.”

STWA is the developer of two types of patent-protected industrial equipment designed to deliver measurable performance improvements to crude oil pipelines. STWA’s flagship product AOT improves the economics of transporting crude oil by reducing the viscosity of oil in pipelines, addressing the enormous capacity inadequacies of domestic and overseas pipeline infrastructures that were designed and constructed prior to the current worldwide surge in oil production. STWA Joule Heat is an energy-efficient crude oil heating technology which applies an electrical field directly to oil in transit, improving flow and pipeline performance with less power and in a smaller form factor than existing trace heating solutions.

Mr. Bigger concluded, “Mr. Bundros is joining us at a time when the entire energy industry is looking to cut costs and invest in new technologies to accomplish that goal. This is a favorable environment for us, because we specialize in solutions that measurably improve the performance of the existing crude oil pipeline system, a global infrastructure that represents hundreds of billions of dollars of annual operational expenditures.”

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Save The World Air provides the global energy industry with patent-protected industrial equipment designed to deliver measurable performance improvements to crude oil pipelines. Developed in partnership with leading crude oil production and transportation entities, STWA’s high-value solutions address the enormous capacity inadequacies of domestic and overseas pipeline infrastructures that were designed and constructed prior to the current worldwide surge in oil production.

In support of our clients’ commitment to the responsible sourcing of energy and environmental stewardship, STWA combines scientific research with inventive problem solving to provide energy efficiency ‘clean tech’ solutions to bring new efficiencies and lower operational costs to the upstream, midstream and gathering sectors. STWA’s flagship product, AOT (Applied Oil Technology) improves the economics of transporting crude oil by reducing the viscosity of oil in pipelines. Once deployed on pipeline pumping stations, production and transportation companies benefit from the safer, more cost-effective delivery of greater volumes of oil while reducing energy consumption at pumping stations and lowering CO2 emissions.

The AOT technology is the result of years of research conducted at Temple University (Philadelphia, Penn.) and is the world’s first ASME-certified industrial hardware to use the principles of electrorheology, the study of applying non-uniform electrical fields to change the mechanical behavior of fluids, to significantly reduce the viscosity of crude oil within pipelines during maximum flow conditions. Field tested by the U.S. Department of Energy, independent testing laboratories such as ATS RheoSystems and fabricated to exacting industry standards by STWA’s supply chain partners, the efficacy of AOT to increase flow rates, prevent bottlenecks, reduce pump station power consumption, enhance pipeline integrity and optimize flow assurance has been proven repeatedly in the lab and on a 300,000 barrel per day pipeline.

STWA is also commercializing STWA Joule Heat, an energy-efficient technology for heating crude oil in pipelines to improve flow. Unlike traditional trace heating systems which generate heat via a resistive trace heating element which transfers energy into the oil, the STWA solution applies an electrical field directly to oil, generating heat within the flow itself. The result is optimal heat conductivity and performance with less power and in a smaller form factor.

Guided by a dynamic management team led by Greggory Bigger, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and a strong independent board of directors of energy industry veterans, STWA is a revenue generating company with a solid cash position, clean balance sheet and a proven ability to develop and deliver industrial-grade equipment that support the company’s mission and enhance shareholder value. As the exclusive licensee of oil viscosity reduction processes developed at Temple University and owner of 48 worldwide patents related to the use of electricity to change the mechanical behavior of oil and liquid natural gas, STWA is well-positioned to capitalize on the explosive growth opportunities in the global crude oil production and transportation sector.

More information is available at: www.stwa.com.

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