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To: Mr.Manners who wrote (6)7/18/1999 2:24:00 PM
From: chalu2
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It has always been an active interest of his.

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To: Stephen Howell who wrote ()7/18/1999 2:41:00 PM
From: LABMAN
   of 19
 
cybersurf cy on alberta

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To: LABMAN who wrote (8)7/19/1999 11:36:00 AM
From: Scoobah
   of 19
 
Big news on DCHT, and NYSE: IDA,

biz.yahoo.com

Monday July 19, 10:01 am Eastern Time

Company Press Release

SOURCE: Northwest Power Systems

Northwest Power Systems Buys DCH
Technology Fuel Cell System

BEND, Ore., July 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Northwest Power Systems
(NPS) today announced the
purchase of a 3 kilowatt fuel cell system from DCH Technology
(OTC Bulletin Board: DCHT -
news) that will be integrated with NPS's patented fuel processor.

The purchase is the most recent in a series made by NPS from a
growing list of fuel cell
manufacturers, including De Nora, S.p.A., Milan, Italy, with which
NPS has a long-term fuel cell
supply agreement.

''This purchase from DCH Technology is strategic to the
integration of our proprietary fuel
processor with fuel cells from as many different manufacturers as
possible,'' said Alan
Guggenheim, president of Northwest Power Systems.

''Our objective is to test approximately 25 small-scale,
experimental prototype fuel cell systems
the next 12 months, and more than 150 the next three years. We
expect a dozen fuel cell
manufacturers to participate in the program,'' he said.

NPS's core technology is a patented fuel processor for generating
pure hydrogen that a fuel cell
needs to produce electricity. DCH Technology is manufacturing an
integrated PEM
(protonexchange-membrane) fuel cell system, incorporating a NPS
fuel processor, designed to
supply residential electricity, said Guggenheim. The unit will be
similar to NPS systems,
incorporating De Nora fuel cells, that have already been tested in a
dozen northwest homes and
businesses the past 12 months.

NPS takes a ''systems'' approach to integrating its fuel processor
with fuel cells from various
manufacturers. NPS's objective is the commercialization of a
variety of fuel cell products that
will include models operating on methanol, ethanol, propane,
diesel, kerosene, natural gas and
other fuels. The DCH Technology unit will operate on methanol.

NPS's fuel cell systems, rated 2.5 kilowatts to 3.5 kilowatts, are
targeted for stationary and
portable applications. NPS's largest customers for experimental
prototype fuel processors and
fully integrated fuel cell systems include the Bonneville Power
Administration, an agency of the
U.S. Department of Energy (DoE), and Sandia National
Laboratories, a prime contractor to DoE.
BPA will field-test NPS's fuel cell systems under a long-term,
$3.5 million purchase order
contract for delivery of 110 fuel cell units between 1999 and 2003.

Founded in 1996, Northwest Power Systems is a subsidiary of
IDACORP Technologies, Inc.,
Boise, Idaho, a non-regulated subsidiary of IDACORP, Inc.
(NYSE: IDA - news).

SOURCE: Northwest Power Systems

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To: wallstreeter who wrote (5)7/19/1999 1:54:00 PM
From: Mr Metals
   of 19
 
Message 10565351

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To: Scoobah who wrote (9)7/19/1999 1:55:00 PM
From: Mr Metals
   of 19
 
AWESOME STUFF H20

MM

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To: Mr Metals who wrote (11)7/19/1999 2:08:00 PM
From: Scoobah
   of 19
 
Let's hope the news comes in 3's, :-)

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To: Stephen Howell who wrote ()8/17/1999 2:59:00 PM
From: CrazyTrain
   of 19
 
This is a REPORTING worldwide & profitable company with NEWS!

Uroplasty Receives Approval to Begin a U.S. Clinical Trial of Macroplastique(R)
for Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Uroplasty, Inc.
(OTC Bulletin Board: UROP) announced today that it received an Investigational
Device Exemption ("IDE") from the Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") to
begin a U.S. clinical study of Macroplastique Implants for the treatment of
female stress urinary incontinence.
Stress urinary incontinence is the most common form of incontinence found
in women and is treatable. When Macroplastique is implanted into the tissue
surrounding the urethra in the area of the bladder neck, a patient's
continence may be improved or eliminated by enhancing existing sphincter
function.
Macroplastique is an injectable bulking agent marketed outside the United
States to treat stress urinary incontinence in females, incontinence in males
due to prostate surgery, and vesicoureteral reflux in children (back flow of
urine from the bladder to the kidney). It was introduced to the European
marketplace in 1991 and since that time has been used to treat over 20,000
patients. Macroplastique is available throughout Europe, Canada, Australia
and several Middle Eastern, Latin American, and Pacific Rim countries.
The IDE approval paves the way for a pivotal United States multicenter
clinical trial to begin in the fall of 1999.
In an attempt to provide assistance in understanding its anticipated
future financial performance, the Company may from time to time make written
or oral "forward-looking statements" such as may be contained in this news
release and elsewhere. "Forward-looking statements" are, however, by their
very nature, subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties relating to
the Company's future performance that may cause the actual results,
performance or achievements of the Company, or the industry, to differ
materially from those expressed or implied in any such "forward-looking
statements."
Investors are cautioned that any "forward-looking statements" made by the
Company here or elsewhere are qualified by and subject to the warnings and
cautionary statements contained above and in the "Risk Factors" and "Forward
Looking Statements" sections of its Annual Report on Form 10-KSB to the SEC
for the year ended March 31, 1999.
For further information on the company visit the web page at
uroplasty.com

SOURCE Uroplasty, Inc.
-0- 8/3/99
/CONTACT: Daniel G. Holman, Chairman, CEO & President of Uroplasty, Inc.,
612-378-1180, fax 612-378-2027, e-mail danielh@uroplasty.com /
/Web site: uroplasty.com /
(UROP)

CO: Uroplasty, Inc.
ST: Minnesota
IN: MTC
SU: PDT

*** end of story ***

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To: Mr Metals who wrote (10)8/29/1999 8:11:00 AM
From: Scoobah
   of 19
 
Metals, here is my latest rendition of DCHT review: Expect a dramatic increase in attention to the fuel cell business as Goldman Sachs, and Merril Lynch take Plug Power public, for $ 117 million!!

DCH TECHNOLOGY, INC. OTC-BB: DCHT
HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS - SENSORS - HYDROGEN GAS DETECTORS

DCH Technology, Inc. manufactures hydrogen sensors, gas detectors and process monitors; licensed from the US Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratory.

DCHT also makes PEM Fuel Cells; also US Department of Energy technology,
licensed from Los Alamos National Laboratory. Substantial financial, marketing, and organizational resources are currently being devoted to fuel cell technology, driving the nascent market from approximately $40 million in 1999 to over $10 billion by 2010, according to findings made recently by Allied Business Intelligence of Oyster Bay, NY.

DCH Chief Scientist Mark Daugherty, joined DCH directly from Los Alamos in June 1998. LANL is leading the charge in the United States for the commercialization of alternative and renewable energies, and specifically for DCHT, fuel cells. The Dept. of Energy has a an educational website on fuel cells at education.lanl.gov

LATEST SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS

DCHT was awarded their first fuel cell contract from North West Power Systems, a division of NYSE: IDA, as part of an overall $ 3.5 million dollar preliminary order from Bonneville Power Authority, (announced July, 19, 1999).
dch-technology.com

Stephanie Hoffman will join DCH in Sept. as Vice President and General Manager of the Fuel Cell Business. Ms. Hoffman comes to DCH from Eaton Corporation where she was Director of Strategic Planning and Business Technology Manager.
dch-technology.com

DCHT filed their Form 10 on August 6, 1999, and is now actively seeking to expand it's shareholder base. (see press release, July, 29, 1999).
dch-technology.com

May 12, 1999 U.S. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, ( CA) announced that DCHT was chosen by the Department of Energy's Hydrogen Program to lead a study on the potential for using of hydrogen power on ships. DCH will manage a team of 22 organizations including Allied Signal, and the American Bureau of Shipping to the-signal.com

April 8, 1999 DCH successfully demonstrated their PEM Hydrogen Fuel Cell.
dch-technology.com

Mar. 4, 1999 DCH and Allied Signal announced a multi year strategic alliance for the implementation and commercialization of hydrogen energy and safety technologies.
dch-technology.com

Feb. 11, 1999 DCH and Freewing Aerial Robotics Corp., begin a development program to integrate Hydrogen PEM Fuel Cells into the Freewing Tilt-Body Unmanned Aeronautical Vehicle (UAV). sdcd.gsfc.nasa.gov

The DCH Technology story has not yet come to the attention of the investment and analyst community, and is still virtually unknown.

DCH has an experienced management team, with careers stemming from RCA Aerospace, Rockwell, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Aeronautics Corp. of America, General Instruments and Motorola, etc.

IR Phone 805-775-8120 ext.11
Email DCHTinfo@aol.com
Web dcht.com

The author of this report does not hold free trading shares of DCHT on the day of this writing, but has in the past. For full 17b disclosure see: ramcapitalmanagement.com

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To: Scoobah who wrote (14)9/23/1999 8:18:00 AM
From: jmhollen
   of 19
 
FYI:

Not sure about any "..explosions.." - however, I suggest that ya'll boogie over to the LGOV board and check things out. The company is starting to make "..bubbling.." noises..!!

Subject 4727

Still really cheap at 0.12+/-, and it just got noticed by WeeklyStockPicks.com......

John :-)

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To: jmhollen who wrote (15)9/23/1999 8:58:00 AM
From: Scoobah
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I have been hearing that one since 1996 on LGOV.

I am sticking with DCHT, but looking at a few others too.

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