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Home > Press > Oxonica’s Envirox Distributor Switches to Energenics Fuel Borne Catalyst

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Energenics Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Energenics Holdings Pte Ltd, announced today it has agreed to appoint Creuros Srl as the Italian distributor for the company's Enercat fuel borne catalyst.

Oxonica’s Envirox Distributor Switches to Energenics Fuel Borne Catalyst

Singapore | Posted on April 25th, 2008

Ronen Hazarika, Managing Director noted: "The partnership with Creuros permits us to extend our reach into Italy through Creuros' field operations and also to tap into Creuros' expanding customer base in Italy. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial distributor relationship with Creuros."

"The signing of our first European distributor heralds our launch into Europe where we will expend huge resource in becoming the most competitive fuel borne nanocatalyst of choice. "

Stefano Livi, CEO of Creuros, said: "I have been involved with the original Nanocatalyst technology co-invented by Ronen Hazarika since early 2000 and continued to work with it after it was introduced to Oxonica and subsequently licensed to them."

"I have always been satisfied with the performance of the original technology and was disappointed to find that Oxonica had ceased to be involved with the Neuftec technology in February 2007. Oxonica chose not to inform us until September 2007. In my opinion, the shift away from the Neuftec technology could explain the unsuccessful trials in Italy. "

"I'm delighted to be working with Energenics & the original technology. Our customers look to us for solutions to reduce their energy costs & environmental footprint and the complete range of Energenics verified supplied solutions gives us capability to help solve their issues."

"We're also pleased to announce that a transport company based in Milan, that previously had an unsuccessful experience with Envirox will be testing Enercat on the whole fleet for the next 6 months."

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About Energenics Pte Ltd
Energenics Pte Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Energenics Holdings Pte Ltd., is a leading supplier of alternative energy solutions and technologies. Based in Singapore, Energenics identifies, invests, sources, validates and commercializes energy technologies that provide customers with energy and emission reductions at zero or minimal capital cost compared to existing technologies. Energenics has a strong customer base comprised of transportation groups, mining companies and port and marine operators throughout the Asia Pacific region and is expanding it’s operations globally.

About Creuros

Creuros Srl an Italian company committed to reducing Italy’s dependence on fossil fuels and promoting energy efficient technologies for buildings, transportation, power generation and industry. Creuros aim to enhance public energy efficiency and productivity; bring clean, renewable and affordable energy technologies to the marketplace.

Product verification & demonstration is conducted in partnership with the private sector, national and local government, national laboratories, and universities.

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Contacts:
Ronen Hazarika
CEO Energenics
Tel. +65 6341 9650

Stefano Livi
CEO Creuros
Tel. +39 06 65024276

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