SANTA ANA, Calif., Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- SaviCorp (Pink Sheets: SVMI) -- Though the United States has not signed global Cap and Trade agreements through the Kyoto Accord, nor passed legislation here at home, national business and corporate fleet leaders have been addressing the EPA's warnings and scheduled reduction targets for green house gas emissions (GHG). On a voluntary basis, business, corporate and municipal fleets nation-wide are addressing and positively impacting emissions issues.
With collaboration of several Fortune 500 company fleets, manufacturers and distributors, SaviCorp has been discreetly and successfully testing the DynoValve, due to confidentiality issues, it is not currently possible to disclose company names, and however the results of recent tests are astounding.
GHG emissions have been reduced 50% and mileage improved over 20%. Many resulted in emissions reduction over 80%, while gas mileage varied because of stop and go driving conditions of vans and trucks. Over all engine performance improvements (Dynamometers readings and performance) have been immediately evident. On-going DynoValve testing results will be frequently reported by SaviCorp. The latest test results can be viewed here:
There is news to be reported about nationwide Distribution and Installation centers to come in future news releases.
In other SaviCorp news:
Monster Vehicles and Hotrods are finally out of danger from being prevented from street permits and licensing because of emissions issues by the installations of DynoValve's.
SaviCorp is now a member of SEMA and has been applauded and embraced by the after-market industry as a solution to solving the emissions issues of these great vehicles. An American tradition and love affair with the muscle car, monster vehicles and high performance vehicles can now be fitted with DynoValve's which will reduce their emissions and bring them all into EPA compliance. Imagine this 21st century innovation can fine tune and adjust those marvelous vehicles of American invention to 21st Century emissions' standards. SaviCorp, which takes it's pedigree from car enthusiasts including Serge Monros, Fernando Muniz, John McGinnis, Jim Ballew, Mauricio Sanchez and Chuck Nelson can lay claim to being Hotrods' & Muscle Cars' Emissions Specialists.
"All the trust and support of our shareholders, friends and families, who have contributed to the development of the DynoValve are finally able to get excited about the future thanks to the recognition of industry and State agencies. Now, having received Executive Order D-677 from the California Air Resources Board (the Gold Standard of the Environment) SaviCorp is looking at a prosperous 2011 and beyond," said Serge Monros, SaviCorp Founder and CEO. "Thank you everyone. I personally wish you all the blessings for a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday!"
SaviCorp is the evolution of more than twenty years of automotive engine emissions testing, materials research and development. The Company was formed to create, support and license a patented supplementary vehicle Emissions Reduction Technology (ERT) to reduce emissions and improve efficiency. Using proprietary methods and processes, SaviCorp's DynoValve (http://www.dynovalve.com) protects the environment, lessens an engine's carbon offsets, increases gas mileage, and improves engine performance resulting in dramatic savings in both fuel and oil.
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