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BioCentric Energy Holdings to File Additional Provisional Patent to Enhance Efficency & Capital Reduction Cost of Algae Pro Photobioreactor System
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
San Juan Capistrano, CA -- BioCentric Energy Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: BEHL) provides corporate update for shareholders:
Dennis Fisher, CEO, BioCentric Energy Holdings, Inc. today announced that the company decided to move forward in filing an additional provisional patent to enhance the Algae Pro closed loop Photobioreactor system. Specifically, the company's unique 180 degree "turn" has been redesigned again after the wet test to enhance the efficiency and significantly reduce capital costs.
Mr. Fisher commented about the new filing stating, "Our team has been modeling our new 'turns' for ease of install, maximize the flow efficiency, and reduce the costs associated with the construction. Our third generation of 180 degree 'turns' is our most advanced solution for our purposes to date."
The company is making significant progress in the construction of the 1700 square feet closed loop photobioreactor at the San Juan Capistrano corporate facility, with plans to immediately start construction of a 4500 square feet photobioreactor upon completion.
BioCentric Energy Holdings is currently in negotiations with several environmentally orientated websites interested in showcasing the company as an up and coming leader in the "GREEN" related industry.
About BioCentric Energy Holdings, Inc.
BioCentric Energy Holdings, Inc. is dedicated to the development of new technologies as well as acquiring and fostering companies with innovative technologies designed to provide unique and effective green energy solutions for the 21st century. Along with the cultivation of important relationships and partnerships with synergistic entities, BioCentric Energy has devoted substantial time and effort in research and development in order to bring a range of innovative green alternatives to the marketplace.
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