Refill Energy to Bring Revolutionary Technology to Gulf Disaster Cleanup Energy Innovator Completing FEMA Contractor Requirements to Assist in Gulf Region

SALT LAKE CITY, July 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Refill Energy, Inc. (Pink Sheets:REFG.pkNews), headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, today announced it is completing the requirements to become a FEMA Vendor to assist in the affected areas of the Gulf Coast.

Mit Ebeling, President of Refill Energy, stated, “The technology we have at our disposal can greatly assist the numerous areas affected in the Gulf, as we can use the oil sludge or hurricane debris as feed stock for the Refill gasifier and convert it to clean synthesis gas which can create electricity or Dimethyl Ether (DME). For months this region has been crippled by a disaster our technology can significantly help mitigate. The patent pending Refill process for converting any resident hydrocarbon/biomass into sustainable, renewable energy will create a win/win for the beleaguered residents of the Gulf States – and, indeed the entire planet as these systems come online. Our certification will allow Refill Energy to be a ‘Debris Removal Contractor’ as well. ”

About Refill Energy, Inc.

Refill Energy’s unique Gasifier produces a clean Synthesis gas (made up primarily of Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide). The Syn-Gas is able to be used in an Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) to efficiently create electricity or be converted by a Catalytic Slurry Cyclone Reactor licensed by the University of Utah into liquid fuels (Dimethyl Ether, Ethanol, Gasoline, Jet Fuel or Diesel Fuel). Dimethyl Ether (DME) is a building block used in the chemical industry and can be converted by the Reactor to several different products, depending on the catalyst used.

Results are 100% renewable “Green” energy, water and air emissions that are environmentally safe.

For further information please visit our website at

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For more information contact:
Refill Energy, Inc.
Mit Ebeling

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