Miami, FL (Vocus) December 16, 2008
HydroGenetics, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HYGN) CEO, Marc Walther, announced today, the company intends to file its Form-10 registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission by the first week in January. HydroGenetics also intends have a broker/dealer apply for an Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board, (OTCBB) listing subsequent to the filing of the Form-10 registration statement. Mr. Walther further states, "This is an exciting time for HydroGenetics and our shareholders as we are initiating our acquisition strategy in the alternative energy arena. We are currently looking at several acquisitions in the biodiesel industry of which are profitable and employ 'green' technology, turning waste products into 'green' biodiesel."
About HydroGenetics, Inc.
HydroGenetics, Inc. is an alternative energy company. The company's mission is to acquire and develop alternative and 'green' technology companies into revenue producing, profitable businesses, utilizing investment capital and other resources including management and strategic planning to increase shareholder value. HydroGenetics, Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary, HydroAxis Technologies, Inc., is currently developing 'green hydrogen generating technology systems for any internal combustion engine,' which will significantly reduce gasoline consumption in existing and new vehicles.
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Mark Balbirer, Investor Relations