Thermal Energy completes design of experimental pilot plant

OTTAWA, BC, April 5, 2002 — Thermal Energy International Inc. has announced the completion of the engineering design phase for the OPTINOxà¢â€ž- and THERMALONOxà¢â€ž- Phase #I pilot plant, which is planned for construction in the near future.

As previously announced, the planned Phase #I research and development (R&D) is expected to confirm the viability of the company’s patented Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) air pollution control technologies.

The Phase #I R&D is partly supported by the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) (www.nrc.ca) and Astaris LLC (www.astaris.com).

The experimental OPTINOxà¢â€ž- and THERMALONOxà¢â€ž- Phase #I pilot plant is to be integrated in tandem with one of Thermal Energy’s existing and operating FLU-ACE® Condensing Reactive scrubbing systems.

The company expects to announce the pilot plant location and more details in the near future; once the final definitive agreement is in place with the designated pilot plant site owner and satisfied FLU-ACE® customer.

Thermal Energy International Inc. is a provider to industry of unique cost-effective energy conservation and environmental compliance solutions headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. More on Thermal Energy can be found at www.thermalenergy.com.


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