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I haul coal in Eastern Kentucky, so anything I see that has to do with our livehood, I naturally have a strong interest in it.


The first weekend in August, I read on a Yahoo headline that said,”A Swedish Co. had come up with a new type of gas to help reduce emissions.” In smaller print it said ships and coal-fired power plants.That was like Pepsi, I had to have it.


Well, it turns out that they really have got it. They call the company Hydro Infra Technologies, the new gas is called “Hydro Nano Gas.” It is made up of hydrogen atoms and diatomic alkali. One of the men that helped come up with it won a Nobel prize in 1986. His name is Yuan Tseh Lee. Also a man who has been a lead engineer for Volvo is head of the company. They are making the claim that their new gas WILL bring the emissions to ZERO.


Now they have a website, it’s hydroinfra.com. They can be contacted. You can go to marineinsight.com and see where they are going to work with an Italian shipping company,Globeco,which is going to put this to use on 200 of their ships because of strict emission standards.You can go to revolution-green.com to see the details and results which are there in black & white and in color.They have patents,they say that there’s no need to switch to natural gas saving big bucks,go ahead save BIG BUCKS. You can do what I did just type in “Hydro Nano Gas” on Google or Yahoo, and it will bring those websites up where it will take you straight to those, making it quicker to look at.


Hey, coal just got a whole lot greener and cleaner. The setup has three scrubbers, a hot one, a dry one and a wet one, with the wet one spraying the gas and delivering the knockout punch. Go ahead, knock ‘em out. Why shut down power plants when the demand for electricity is going through the roof? Let’s give the EPA notice that where there is no law, there’s no transgression. Go ahead, turn it up.


Ray Davis Jr.

Hager Hill

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