Green Energy Mini Grid completes phase one testing cycle
CLEARWATER, Fla., June 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ISM International, Inc. (OTC Markets ISML.PK, Frankfurt:S5K) administration announced today that their Green Energy Prototype is near completion. This new and unique system is portable and capable of producing "FREE" electricity by using airstream and other "driving force" methods. This device will not be limited to usage in the US and will easily meet the needs of anyone wishing to take advantage of this free electricity.
After six years of "Q&W Green Energy Mini Grid" development, the CEO of ISM International Mario Quenneville is aggressively working on the second stage of machine internal propulsion.
With the new "Q&W Green Energy Mini Grid Device", it will be possible for its customers to eliminate most of their electrical bills just by using this ground-breaking and exclusive device.
ISM International employees are working around the clock to complete this "Mini Grid Device" with a goal of bringing the technology available to the general public as soon as possible.
At this moment there is no set date for its launch but it is the ultimate objective of ISM International to make this high-tech electric generator available to the general public as soon as all the Patents, Patents Pending, Trademarks and Copyrights are filed or acquired.
"It is critical at this moment that ISM International obtain funding from a third party in an amount significant enough to produce and distribute a large quantity of this tool. I strongly believe that this new high tech generator is a part of the Green future and I am resolved to keeping public float as low as possible," says Mario Quenneville, Inventor and CEO of ISM.
Please take notice that more informative details will be made available to the general public as soon as all the essential safety, protection and precautions measures are in place.
Company Website: http://www.isml.us
Contact: Mario Quenneville, 727-542-0700, email@example.com
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SOURCE ISM International, Inc.