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June 2014

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FLINT, Mich., June 10, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GEI Global Energy Corp. (OTCBB:GEIG), a fuel cell electric power generation company, announced the execution of a purchase order to provide Lyntech, Inc with a biogas fuel cell power generation system that will provide hydrogen fuel to a high temperature PEM (Polymer Exchange Membrane) fuel cell stack. The GEI fuel cell power generation technology will 'reform' or extract hydrogen needed for electric power generation, from a bio-methane fuel produced via a proprietary biogas generation technology. Both companies will share data and will work to improve the overall fuel cell biogas power generation efficiency.

Lyntech will use the system to evaluate and to improve the process for creating energy from bio waste products by leveraging the high fuel impurity tolerance of high temperature PEM (HTPEM) fuel cells. Applications of such a system are broad that include from residential, to industrial, to military ground support by reducing logistics fuel supply requirements.

"We are pleased to work with such an accomplished organization such as Lyntech", stated GEI Global CEO, Dr. Berry. "The opportunity to adapt our fuel cell electric power generation systems technology to a bio-fuel waste-to-energy application is very good for the company, and supports our goal of providing sustainable and affordable alternative energy solutions," concluded Berry.

About Lyntech, Inc (College Station, TX).

With a 25 year history of successful federal grants and contracts, Lynntech, Inc., with a staff of over 100 highly skilled engineers and scientists, work to bring innovation and research breakthroughs to the marketplace and has grown to incorporate all stages of the research and development cycle. From conceptual design and experimental analysis to prototype creation and commercial production, Lynntech, Inc. provides efficient, reliable and innovative solutions to the global community.

About GEI Global Energy Corp.

GEI Global Energy Corp is a fuel cell electrical power generation company leveraging a menu of novel and innovative fuel cell power systems technologies to provide clean and inexpensive energy solutions for developing economies.

For more information regarding GEI GLOBAL's vision for an energy secure future, please click on the following video link: http://private.geiglobal.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/who-is-gei5.mp4.

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Fuel cells have several advantages over current energy producing technologies. They are efficient, environmentally benign, fuel flexible, modular, scalable, have low and easy maintenance, and are adaptable to specialized applications. Fuel cells can also be “stacked” to produce voltage levels that match specific power needs for a wide variety of uses. As such, fuel cells offer one of the most promising technologies for delivering clean and efficient power for automotive, industrial, residential and consumer applications. While many technical and engineering challenges remain, fuel cells hold the potential to provide major environmental, energy and economic benefits that advance critical national environmental goals. Widespread use of fuel cells may hold the answers to some of our most significant energy shortage challenges for the future and could mark a historical turning point, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, improving the environment, and creating a sustainable and energy secure hydrogen-driven economy.

Fuel Cell Commercialization Barriers

Although significant financial resources have been invested in fuel cell technology over the last few years, the following are typically agreed to as primary barriers to mass market commercialization. They are:

1. Lack of a hydrogen infrastructure for fuel storage and distribution.
2. Cost of ownership due to use of precious metals for fuel cell membranes.
3. Lack of large volume applications to minimize both membrane and component cost, and overall manufacturing cost, and;
4. Lack of robust fuel cell power system design that is flexible and adaptable to the varying needs of the user and minimizes engineering cost for use with multiple applications with different power requirements.

GEI's Commercialization Strategy

Global Energy Innovations (GEI) is part of the Fuel Cell and Sustainable/Alternative Energy industry and has a target market that includes portable and on-board fuel cell power generation applications requiring efficient, clean, near-zero emissions, and silent operations in the 2kW to 10kW nominal power range.

GEI's competitive strategy is the economical processing of hydrogen from locally available logistics fuels combined with flexible, adaptable, and reconfigurable power electronics. This strategy provides a pathway to large volume commercialization of fuel cell power systems. Our innovative technology is customer centric and is driven by a commercialization reality that provides opportunities for the rapid integration of fuel cell power systems for markets typically restricted by the lack of a hydrogen infrastructure and allows for a common fuel cell architecture accross multiple application areas. This "Blue Ocean"strategy is fundamental to GEI's success.

GEI Commercial Pathways

The ability to extract hydrogen economically from locally available logistic fuels provides commercialization pathways into application markets traditionally unavailable to fuel cell power systems due to cost and the lack of a hydrogen infrastructure. The graphic below shows the commercialization pathways for the GEI X5 high temperature fuel cell APU with adaptable and reconfigurable power electronics.

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