Go Green Technologies Corp. (OTC Pink: GOGR) the wholly-owned operating entity of Go Green Global Technologies Corp., announced today that after months of testing of its Sonical Fuel Charger System on selected diesel units at United Steel, Inc.'s East Hartford, CT plant, the system has demonstrated increased fuel efficiency by more than 19% in gallons per hour. Upon completion of this successful test period, United Steel has purchased and installed Sonical systems for use on several of their large diesel trucks. Following an anticipated successful further evaluation, United Steel, Inc. expects to install Sonical units on their entire diesel fleet, including smaller transportation vehicles.
"We have realized a significant savings on the upgraded vehicles, including a 19.26% on diesel fuel consumption on one of our diesel units. United Steel is committed to implementing a 'Lean to Green' philosophy in our company and the positive impact of significantly lowering our emissions, and carbon footprint. We at United Steel are committed to seeking alternatives to better the planet and in the process save money. To coin the phrase 'go green and save green' is exactly what your company has achieved," said Phil Romegialli, Plant Manager of United Steel, Inc.'s East Hartford location.
"The decision by United Steel to retrofit their various large diesel transportation vehicles with our Sonical Fuel Charger System confirms the effectiveness of our product. We are extremely pleased with the results of this revenue generating program which creates a unique template for other companies that want to save money and become better corporate citizens for a cleaner planet," said John D'Alessandro, CEO of Go Green Technologies Corp. The company provides high-tech water and fuel conditioning products that reduce consumption of resources, saves money and reduces carbon emission.
The Sonical Fuel Charger is a pre-combustion device that fits on existing fuel lines. The technology generates a variable frequency electrical field in which the fuel's hydrocarbon molecules that flow through the device are cracked into micro molecules, thus ensuring the most complete burn possible.
About United Steel, Inc.
Established in 1974, United Steel, Inc. is the largest fabricator and erector of structural steel and miscellaneous metals in southern New England. AISC certified as both steel erector and fabricator for steel building structures, United Steel has been awarded and recognized as an industry leader. Visit www.unitedsteel.com for added information.
About Go Green Global Technologies Corp.
Go Green Global Technologies Corp. is a U.S. company listed on the OTC Markets under the symbol GOGR. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary Go Green Technologies Corp., it has exclusive global distribution rights to the Sonical line of proprietary patented devices developed in Italy for both water and fuel. Since its inception the company has focused on developing and marketing innovative technologies that lead to a cleaner and more efficient planet. Visit www.gogreentechcorp.com for more information.
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SOURCE: Go Green Global Technologies Corp.