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Thursday 12 January, 2006

Voller Energy Group

Patent Approval

Voller Energy Group PLC
12 January 2006





                                                                 12 January 2006





Voller Energy Group PLC



Patent Approval of Key Portable Fuel Cell Technology





Voller Energy Group PLC (AIM:VLR), the leading commercial developer and
manufacturer of portable fuel cell systems, is pleased to announce that it has
received notice from the Patent Office that the patent 'Mains in a Box' will be
granted on January 18th 2006.



This patent concerns Voller's revolutionary technology that enables Voller
Energy's portable fuel cell system to safely provide mains output (230 volts in
Europe and 110 volts for North America) and work from internal canisters of
stored hydrogen.



The patent was filed in 2003 and the Company has a further seven patents
pending.



Stephen Voller, CEO of Voller Energy Group PLC, said: 'We are delighted to have
received patent approval for an important part of our fuel cell technology.
This will help ensure that Voller Energy remains at the forefront in the
development and manufacture of portable fuel cells.'







For further information:


Voller Energy Group PLC                                    Hudson Sandler

Stephen Voller, Chief Executive                            Nick Lyon

Tel:  01256 813 900                                        Tel:  020 7796 4133





Notes to editors:



Voller Energy Group PLC

Voller Energy is one of the world's first commercial developers and
manufacturers of portable fuel cell systems for use as battery chargers and
mobile generators.



Voller Energy is initially targeting commercially attractive areas including the
cordless power tool, leisure boating, recreational vehicle and military markets.
These are likely to be early adopters of the technology as the benefits of using
fuels cells, such as low noise, no toxic emissions and health and safety issues,
are important drivers.  The portable power market is generally defined up to
10kW and is expected to be worth $17 billion by 2011 (Canadian Fuel Cell
Commercialisation Roadmap - Price Waterhouse Coopers, March 2003).




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