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January 30th, 2006

Rex Hodge Joins Ener1

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Ener1, Inc (OTC: ENEI) announced today that Rex Hodge, with 12 years of experience in the creation of efficient and low-cost fuel cells, will lead its EnerFuel operation, effective immediately. The Company has proprietary technologies relevant to fuel cells, and Mr. Hodge will direct the commercializing of those technologies and the bringing of EnerFuel's products to market.

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