The World Association Former United Nations Internes and Fellows, Executes a Memorandum of Understanding with Eco-Planet and POWER JAPAN PLUS, INC.

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The World Association Former United Nations Internes and Fellows, executes a Memorandum of Understanding with Eco-Planet and POWER JAPAN PLUS, INC. to further develop the Ryden Battery and to establish an Energy University.

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WAFUNIF, represented by Dr. Ibne Hassan, President and CEO, Dr. Valdemar Prado, Sr. Research Fellow and Mr. Franco-Antonio Saez, International Financial Affairs Manager (representing WAFUNIF and Eco-Planet) and POWER JAPAN PLUS, INC., represented by Mr. Hiro A. Nishina, Executive Vice-President/COO, Dr. Kaname Takeya, Executive VP/CTO and Mr. Ron Bard, Executive Vice-President, have executed a Memorandum of Understanding which outlines the role that each will play in their technology collaboration to improve and further develop present and future technologies that reduce the carbon print of our planet.

WAFUNIF shall sponsor said technology development and assist in securing technology collaboration talent with Eco-Planet to register an Energy University under the direction of its WAFUNIF representatives and of Dr. Kaname Takeya, Executive VP/CTO of POWERJAPAN PLUS, INC.

The WAFUNIF/Eco-Planet team will undertake further endorsement of the technology from POWER JAPAN PLUS, INC. The preliminary evaluation of the technology promises to be at the forefront of and could be the technology leader into the future.

"We welcome POWER JAPAN PLUS, INC., as a promoter of education, research, peace and development in funding these projects, as a testimony to their commitment, confidence in their technology and a genuine interest to provide the best solutions for mankind's advancement," stated Dr. Ibne Hassan CEO of WAFUNIF. "In particular, the planned Energy University will have an Open Technology System approach to enhance the technology with contributions from top scientists in the field from all over the world," he continued.

As part of an initial Technology Action Plan, POWER JAPAN PLUS, INC., Eco-Planet and the Energy University will focus on completing a Sustainable Smart Grids fail-safe and redundant electrical systems design in key facilities. The implementation of several such systems is planned to be in place by the end of 2015, as our showcase celebration of Sustainable Energy Development Solution post 2015. We plan to implement our emergency and catastrophe recovery initiative in key government buildings and other potentially weak links of our sustainable electrical grid infrastructure, which can be affected by natural phenomena or man-made disruptions.

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