Warwick, RI – 10/29/2013 – Powerdyne International, Inc. (OTCQB: PWDY), a
manufacturing company that builds and leases electrical generation equipment, today
announced its President and CEO, Dale Euga, is engaged in preliminary talks with Silver
City Aluminum Corporation President, Ronald Xavier to develop a comprehensive
memorandum of understanding that outlines and identifies the primary power
requirements of the company. These meetings will provide the details and requirements
of both parties and identify how the electrical power will be generated by PDI and
delivered to the client, Silver City Aluminum Company.
Silver City Aluminum Corporation has a long tradition as a leader in extrusion
technology, fabrication and finishing of aluminum. Silver City takes its name from the
Taunton, Massachusetts area made famous for industrial craftsmanship and the
production of intricate silver-plated flatware dating as far back as the 1800s. The facility
Silver City utilizes has been producing aluminum products since 1952.
About Powerdyne International, Inc.:
Originally started in 2006, Powerdyne International, Inc.
(www.PowerdyneInternational.com) is a manufacturing company that builds and leases
electrical generation equipment including its own portable electrical power generation
equipment called PDIGenset (which is patent and trademark pending).
The PDIGenset is a self contained generator using a modified radial air cooled aircraft
engine to drive a 1-megawatt (MW) generator. The PDIGenset, runs on natural gas,
propane or almost any gaseous fuel. It is compact, lightweight, clean burning, produces
low emissions and is extremely energy-efficient.
PDIGensets are designed to be installed at virtually any location. The genset is leased and
maintained by PDI. Although the company’s target customer will typically use its
PDIGenset to produce its own primary electrical power, the genset is useful in any
situation where reliable power is needed.
PDI is founded on the ability to produce primary electrical power using proprietary
technology to power electrical generation equipment which makes electricity cheaper
than existing means of producing primary electric power. PDI expects that the difference
between its costs of generating electricity over its customer’s current cost will result in
substantial savings to the customer.
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Powerdyne International, Inc.