Axial Vector Energy Corp. announced this morning that its revolutionary Axial Vector Engine will be featured on the Global News Group Program “Special Edition TV.” The program provides a platform for companies and organizations to discuss and present their solutions. Select companies are also given international exposure via customized news reports reaching industry leaders and people through various news and media outlets.

Last month, Host and Managing Editor of “Special Edition TV”, Ileana Bravo interviewed representatives from AVEC at their first United States-based live demonstration of the “axial flux” and GENSET technology power generating system. The video taken from these interviews, demonstrations, and other sources has been compiled to help deliver Axial Vector’s story.

Ms. Bravo commented, “The fact that this engine runs on bio-based oil as fuel is significant in several ways. Palm oils that are totally renewable fuel sources can be harvested from our Earth’s equatorial regions providing needed jobs and social development. Developing countries in these regions can now enter the world economic stage as a viable and important player. The environmental impact of using palm oil as a fuel source is minimal, and this fuel source is one that you can literally drink. That is amazing.”

The Axial Vector Engine is the company’s flagship technology and will serve as the core of the company’s initial market applications. This extraordinarily powerful, lightweight, and highly efficient radial-design engine produces significantly higher horsepower and torque with considerably lower fuel requirements than traditional conventional engines of similar size. Even with all these benefits, the Axial Vector Engine is less costly to manufacture and operate, as well as provides significant environmental advantages over standard internal combustion engines.

In addition to its engine technologies, Axial Vector has designed a new family of high-power “Axial Flux” coreless electric generators that reach 98.5% efficiency in converting mechanical to electric energy. The company has designed its engine to be seamlessly integrated with two 100 kW Axial Flux generators in order to create a 200 kW generator set (GENSET), which is expected to become AVEC’s first commercially marketed product.

“We are encouraged at the reception this technology has already garnered,” stated Samuel Higgins, Chairman of the Board of Directors. “So much so, that we have been invited to present at the International Green Summit this November in Moura, Portugal and will launch our new web site next week for OEMs (for engines) to quickly review and receive production information. Sanjai Chhaunker (Our President & CEO) and I will be posting a comprehensive shareholder letter which reviews all areas of AVEC and outlines the future for our company soon.”

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