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Clean Tech Company’s Smart Emissions Reducer Now Ready for Mass Market

Clean Tech Company Extreme Energy Solutions’ Smart Emissions Reducer Now Ready for Mass Market Adoption (Complete Story Here) 

December 5, 2016

Sparta, New Jersey

Source: Clean Tech Company Extreme Energy Solutions says after successful third party laboratory testing and intense field testing around the world with positive results, the Smart Emissions Reducer is now ready for mass market adoption.

“The Smart Emissions Reducer is field tested and laboratory approved for saving money and the environment,” is the message sent by the clean technology company Extreme Energy Solutions (EES), provider of the Smart Emissions Reducer (SER). Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., has spent several years investing in focused, quality research, development, and fine tuning of this device for the purposes of one day finding itself under the hood of most vehicles. The company believes that the Smart Emissions Reducer will become a standard component for most new makes and models of vehicles manufactured and sold around the world. EES made its announcement via video; can be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watchv=KT80ftMB06E

In the last five years, the Smart Emissions Reducer, under the stewardship of Extreme Energy Solutions had been introduced domestically while also making landfall in Canada, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, China, and Italy. It is there, where a number of these devices have been tested, sold, and considered by government, commercial fleet operators, as well as engine and vehicle manufacturers, in their quest to play their part in lowering harmful toxic vehicle emissions while maximizing the efficiency of their vehicles.

The Smart Emissions Reducer has been put through a battery of testing in the last half a decade which included a regiment of testing by Roush Industries, in Lavonia, Michigan. The purposes of these tests were to baseline a vehicle’s emissions and fuel economy numbers without the device applied to the vehicle, then again to trial the vehicle with the device under controlled laboratory conditions. Two sets of vehicles in 2012, 2015, 2016 were sent to the laboratory, all demonstrating consistent results, which showed the device had a positive effect on lowering the vehicles emissions? even up to a 65% reduction in emissions. Fuel efficiency numbers were also compared, with testing revealing up to a 7.5% increase in fuel efficiency on specific year and make models.

The Changzhou Keshi Group tested the Smart Emissions Reducer in their lab, located in Jiangsu Providence of China. Extensive testing protocols were practiced in testing the device. Keshi tested the device on Cummings diesel engines that were modified for use by the vehicle manufacturer that specializes in mining equipment and vehicles. Their results demonstrated the Smart Emissions Reducer performed well, with up to 25% reduction in certain emissions and up to 2.5% increase in fuel efficiency. In addition to Roush and Keshi, the Smart Emissions Reducer was tested by FreeCol Labs, via a mass spectrometer test. This particular test verifies the before and after effects of the pollutants and chemical makeup of emissions gases as they entered and exited the device. The tests were very revealing in providing information that the Smart Emissions Reducer has an effect on blowby exhaust gases.

The Smart Emissions Reducer has seen a number of realtime pilot program trials and testing in the field. Devices were installed on a number of vehicles, and monitored over a period of 30-60-90 day intervals. Emissions results were recorded as business and municipal fleets would provide the very first series of field trials of the device.

The first municipal fleet trial was ran in Andover Township, New Jersey. The next municipality to try the Smart Emissions Reducer was Winnebago County in Illinois, followed by the City of Rockford (IL), Douglas County (OR), and the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PA). These vehicle fleets saw results between a 25% to 75% reduction in emissions as well as fuel efficiency gains? in some cases, up to 12% and 15%. Some of these municipalities opted to purchase the devices used during the pilot program and thereafter.

Commercial business fleets to pilot the device, some implemented a plan to retrofit select vehicles throughout their northeast locations. The New York City Taxi and Limo Commission reviewed the device as well, and made it permissible for vehicles under their rulemaking to be retrofitted with the green technology device. Taxi fleets in California also tested the device with much success.

The device was also tested on the 602 GM Crate Engine, commonly founded throughout the Northeast dirt track racing circuit. Crate Motor Connection had provided the dyno and tested the engine retrofitted with the device, reporting back that they monitored no adverse findings and with a slight increase in efficiency noticed.

With these successes on the books, Extreme Energy Solutions decided it was changing its business model, making the device available to vehicle manufacturers. The choice came in 2014/2015 when the final test results were collected from pilot programs in Jordan that solidified the verdict of the Smart Emissions Reducer’s worthiness. Since then, Extreme Energy Solutions has visited with a number of potential clients/vehicle manufactures headquartered in the United States as well as various other countries including China and Italy.

“It was with the end game in mind, that we began our grass roots campaign to commercialize the Smart Emissions Reducer,” commented Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc.,“Our vision is to see this device installed at factory level when new vehicle and engines are manufactured. We feel the technology has proven itself over time to be effective enough to aid engine and vehicle manufactures in meeting new goals and benchmarks in greenhouse gas emissions and fuel efficiency ratings.”

Even though the company has begun to limit testing on smaller scale projects, Extreme Energy Solutions is still concentrating resources on its flagship product as Burlum continued to explain, “We shifted a part of our focus away from localized projects and decided to begin setting the stage to address vehicle and engine manufacturers. This means the switch of focus takes your device and company out of the local limelight and put back behind the scenes until engine/vehicle manufacturers are ready to announce their intent to make the move to adopting the device.”

The company has a number of LOI’s from vehicle/engine manufactures where talks are still ongoing. Burlum was noted in saying that Extreme Energy Solutions would still entertain a local/regional Smart Emissions Reducer pilot project with a municipality or commercial fleet if the terms and conditions were not in conflict with the company’s current direction. The Company has projects slated in Jordan and South Africa to continue testing the Smart Emissions Reducer in the field on both commercial and government owned vehicles.

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“Local Racers Finish Strong with the Support of Green Tech Firm and their Innovation”

Local Racers finish the year strong with the help of Green Tech Firm and their innovation

September 15, 2016

Middletown, New York

Source: Extreme Kleaner/Smart Emissions Reducer/Extreme Energy Solutions sponsored racers finish the season strong for their first partnered campaign, with positive showings at the Orange County Fair Speedway and Accord Speedway; drivers Tommy Vigh Jr. and Connor Otten make strong finishes in 2016 as they set their sights on 2017 race season.

The 2016 racing season has come to an end at the Orange County Fair Speedway, located in Middletown, New York and at the Accord Speedway, located in Accord, New York; where both Tommy Vigh Jr., driver of the #92 Sportsman Modified Extreme Kleaner-Extreme Energy Solutions sponsored machine, and Connor Otten, the rising rookie driver of the #11 Sportsman Modified Smart Emissions Reducer-Extreme Energy Solutions sponsored ride, competed on a weekly basis in hunt of the points championship.

Both drivers would make a showing at both tracks, each calling a track their home track, while running a partial campaign at the other track. This was the first year of a multi-year campaign for both drivers to be working together as teammates and having the support of the green technology company, Extreme Energy Solutions, at their side. Both drivers ended the season in respectable position as it relates the total number of weekly competitors would battle for wins, points, bragging rights, and new sponsor dollars and deals.

Tommy Vigh Jr., the driver of the #92 Extreme Kleaner Sportsman entry entered the weekly field at the Orange County Fair Speedway (Middletown, NY) as a regular at the “Hard Clay.” After a dismal season, finishing near the end of the pack (36th) in 2015 as driver of the #4NY Sportsman ride, Vigh took behind the wheel of the Extreme Kleaner machine and finished the 2016 campaign 18th in points; a major accomplishment for the driver whom had major trouble qualifying early on in the season for a feature race. Vigh outpaced his 2015 record, having qualified and finished most of the races he entered and winning a series of qualifying heats.

“This year was the first time working together with teammates and with our new sponsors and car owners. There was a big learning curve in getting use to the updated equipment and new engine packages sourced out by our sponsor,” commented Tommy Vigh Jr.

“Near the end of the season we were beginning to get things right, with the handling and the engine tuning. We believe we would have had some stronger finishes however we ran out of racing season. We only had a chance to compete in 14 contests due to races being cancelled for inclement weather,” added Vigh. “It was nice to get in a few races at Accord Speedway this year.” Tommy Vigh Jr. finished 33rd with only participating a few regularly scheduled events.

Connor Otten, driver of the #11 Smart Emissions Reducer Sportsman machine, dedicated his campaign at the Accord Speedway, located in the Catskills of New York, as a weekly competitor at the Friday Night bargain. Otten fiercely fought for position and would not bow to the pressures of being a rookie or to the challenges that plagued his season; and finished 7th in points out of 44 drivers whom showed up at the Accord venue. This is a major upset from his 2015 run where Otten had ran a limited schedule due to vehicle issues and lack of sponsorship.

Otten also competed on Saturday nights at the Hard Clay, racing in the Rookie Sportsman Division. There he had a number of top five finishes as a Rookie Division competitor and finished 39th out of the 84 man Sportsman roster.

“Once we worked out the bugs, the car began to handle really good on the short track (Accord); and when it would respond, did well within the ranks at Middletown (OCFS); Connor Otten contributed.

“We had a lot of help in the pits and off the track in getting the car ready. Our sponsors were great and provided much needed boost so that we could make for a good showing each week. We wish we could have done better and will aim to do so in 2017.”

Both drivers are slated to continue their campaign as representatives of Extreme Energy Solutions and the Company’s product lines; in the Sportsman division as they look forward toward the 2017 Season.

“Extreme is proud of both driver’s ability, which their skill sets began to reveal near the end of the season,” commented Samuel K. Burlum, CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions, “both drivers are great representatives of our products and of the sport. We enjoyed working with them as the contributed toward our advertising and marketing efforts, and took a sincere interest in testing our products and technology; furthering the amount of data we have on file supporting the effectiveness of our products in real time use.”

“We look to continue our program into 2017 with both drivers, and will make our announcement about our 2017 campaign later this year; however we still have 2016 to look forward to, as the request for these cars to be showed at events, store openings, and product launches have been many. We are glad to promote the sport and our products, brining green to the racing venue and educating potential new fans about both efforts and the sport,” wrapped up Burlum.

Tags: Stock Car Racing, Dirt Track Racing, Orange County Fair Speedway, Northeast Sportsman Modified, The Hard Clay, Extreme Kleaner, Extreme Energy Solutions, Smart Emissions Reducer, Green Tech, Tommy Vigh Jr., Sam Burlum, GM Crate Motor, Auto Racing, Innovation

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SMART Emissions Reducer Featured on Mike & Athena Live, aired on Central Valley Talk, Fresno, California Metro Area

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The Smart Emissions Reducer Technology is dicussed as the here and now solution to harmful toxic vehicle emissions pollution issues.

July 5, 2016

Fresno, California 

Source: Smart Emissions Reducer product was featured on Central Valley Talk, media outlet located in Fresno, California; in discussing affordable available technology aimed at lessen toxic harmful vehicle emissions.

With so much focus on lessening harmful vehicle emissions, no stone is being left unturned in finding solutions to this challenging problem. The market offers many innovations that claim the lesson emissions and increase fuel economy; however none of them have been able to capture the attention of the Mike & Athena Show, which airs on Central Valley Talk, from Fresno California, like the Smart Emissions Reducer has.

Many vehicle manufactures have now disclosed to the public their failure in achieving optimum results in meeting mandated benchmarks for making their vehicles more environmentally friendly. With so many car manufactures now admitting they have fallen short on these required expectations, many are looking for answers how to not only meet original goals, but to leap beyond the minimum standards.

Smart Emissions Reducer company representatives were invited to discuss their take on this complicated problem, while also sharing their innovation with the audience of the Make & Athena Show, which airs on Central Valley Talk. Central Valley Talk is local programing to the Fresno Metro Area and can be found on local cable providers and online, as it airs its content via digital and terrestrial broadcasting.

Smart Emissions Reducer representatives shared with the Mike and Athena the differences between the Smart Emissions Reducer and other emissions reduction technology, and how the device achieves its purpose. The complete interview can be watched by clicking here.

“The fix for emissions problems are here and now, and unlike other technology, this product provides an ROI,” commented the Smart Emissions Reducer company representative.

“There is a major vehicle manufacture from Germany, that shall remain nameless, could really use this,” commented Mike, of Mike & Athena Show.

The issue of solving vehicle emissions is a very hot conversation with audiences of vehicle manufactures, green tech innovators, environmentalist, legislators, and regulators are aiming their sights in on this area of public policy.

The Smart Emissions reducer is a proven technology, having been put through a battery of lab test, including with Roush Industries, Free-Col Labs, and Keshi Group; and has been put to the test in the field in a number of real time vehicle use situations with selected commercial vehicle fleets and municipal government. Both lab and field test have demonstrated the technologies validity and worthiness.

“This is not just a local product, I have been to Saudi Arabia, Dubai, and the product has been offered in China as well. This is a worldwide solution that is here and available now,” contributed Smart Emissions Reducer representatives.

The discussion was so popular and interesting; Smart Emissions Reducer was invited back for another interview, to answer questions listeners/viewers had about the innovative apparatus. The second interview can be viewed by clicking here.

Smart Emissions Reducer representatives provided further commentary on the procedure on how the parent company’s technical program, which allows for results to be quantified by consumer of the innovation.

“We asked them back because they have a fascinating, fascinating story about their product,” added Mike from Mike & Athena, Central Valley Talk.

“Its parent company representatives are available to further discuss a potential trial program for fleets that are looking to maximize their vehicle’s potential,” relayed Smart Emissions Reducer representatives, “we encourage them to participate in a pilot program so they can get a better understanding on how the device will work for them.”

More videos about the Smart Emissions Reducer can be found at the company’s social media YouTube channel.

For more information about Smart Emissions Reducer, visit www.SmartEmissionsReducer.com

Extreme Energy Solutions Provides the Racing Community with An Answer to EPA’s Desire to Regulate Emissions in Racing

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For Immediate Release:

May 15, 2016, New Holland, Pennsylvania

Source: Green Tech Company Extreme Energy Solutions offers the Smart Emissions Reducer Technology as an alternative solution in combating the EPA’s efforts to impose new rules that would significantly impact grass roots racing.

The technology first introduced to commercial fleets, improved upon, marketed and distributed by individuals involved in dirt track racing makes full circle as the Smart Emissions Reducer is brought back to where Extreme Energy Solutions got its roots, Orange County Fair Speedway and the local racing community.

Former Street Stock racer Samuel K. Burlum, now CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions Inc, implemented a plan to vet the Smart Emissions Reducer as a legitimate and affordable answer in reducing harmful toxic emissions on gasoline and diesel powered vehicles. Set out on a journey in 2010, Burlum and the Company were able to seek the blessing of the New York City Taxi and Limo Commission in allowing vehicles under the agency’s rulemaking to be retrofitted with the device.

Armed with having a CARB Executive Order Number (D-671) and permission to offer the device by the NYC TLC, Extreme Energy Solutions began to offer its product to commercial business fleets, municipal government fleets, and individual vehicle owners whom were interested in lessening their carbon footprint while also wanting to conserve on their need of fossil fuels.

In 2012, the Smart Emissions Reducer technology was tested coast to coast by municipal and county government, commercial business fleets, taxi cab fleets, and other interest parties across the nation. The consistency in pilot program test results caught the attention of engine and vehicle manufactures in search of emissions reduction efficiency technology. In 2013, Extreme Energy Solutions entered into relationships with these interested parties from the automotive industry.

Simultaneously, Extreme Energy Solutions was bolstering its cache of lab test results, when it enrolled Roush Industries to test the device under controlled conditions, which would yield results up to 65 percent in emissions reductions with the side benefit of fuel economy up to 7.5% in fuel efficiency gains.

The Changzhou Keshi Group, a specialty vehicle manufacturer of mining equipment vehicles would later test the Smart Emissions Reducer in under strict laboratory conditions, reporting back up to a 5% potential increase in fuel efficiency, on a 5.9 liter Cummings diesel powered engine. Keshi also discovered the device could reach up to a 63% reduction in harmful toxic emissions during these test protocols. A battery of tests would demonstrate the Smart Emissions Reducer would deliver 20% to 50% in consistent emissions reductions, while offering no less than 2% to 3% in minimal fuel economy engine efficiency gains.

The testing data was reviewed by Dr. Carley Corrado, with the Department of Physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, who provided commentary on the Statistical Margin of Error within the test report, evaluating the reduction of emissions and improved fuel efficiency by addition of the SER onto a new Cummings diesel engine.

“The total emissions averaged over 6 modes tested in the categories of CO, K/M, and N% were decreased by 22%, 25%, and 18% respectively,” added Dr. Corrado, “There was a decrease in Brake Specific Fuel Consumption, (BSFC) of 2.3% which is equivalent to the corresponding improvement of fuel efficiency.”

“Conservative projections of the fuel economy savings resulting from addition of the SER estimates an ROI of 1.2 years and a total fuel savings of 10,000 liters (2641 gallons) of fuel over the expected lifespan of the SER,” continued Corrado.

As of recent, Free-Col Labs had conducted a series of Mass Spectrometer Test, to verify the validity of the Smart Emissions Reducer device, and with much surprise, the technology performed much beyond the expectation of its original estimated form and functionality.

Ed Grimm. Vice President of Infinity Industry Controls and a NASA Certified Calibrations Inspector, vetted the results and the technology in saying that the findings were consistent with previous testing conducted on the device.

Burlum and Extreme Energy Solutions wanted to test the device within the racing community, so they reconnected with their old friend, Veteran Driver Tommy Vigh Jr., whom was undecided on his 2016 racing season campaign.

Burlum shared his Company’s plan to test the Smart Emissions Reducer on the popular 602 GM Crate Engine, and quickly partnered with Crate Motor Connection in testing the device on the engine dyno while it would be up to Vigh to test the technology in real time conditions on the track.

Crate Motor Connection tested the device and found that it had no adverse effects on the 602 GM Crate engine, while it did show some increase to engine/fuel efficiency. Results on the track are too early to tell, however Extreme Energy Solutions and Veteran Tommy Vigh Jr. are committed in finding out all of the effects and benefits the device can provide to his fellow racer, as their alliance extends well into the 2017 racing season.

Extreme Energy Solutions had partnered up with schools of thought in testing the device, such as Clarkson University, and the SAE Snowmobile Team, where the University’s entry was outfitted with the Smart Emissions Reducer in 2013 national competition, giving the fuel economy challenge win over to Clarkson. King Abdulla University of Science and Technology (KAUST) had also tested the SER.  The device was furthered tested and implemented into practice as a part of the Liberty Motors Entry into the Progressive X Prize Fuel Economy Race in 2010.

The technology continues to be tested in the field, with projects continuing in Jordan, China, and domestically in the United States. The Smart Emissions Reducer has been introduced to markets in the US, Canada, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, China, Italy, and South Africa. Executives and Tech experts with Extreme Energy Solutions met with Lamborghini in July of 2015; with the intent the vehicle manufacturers would test the device in their lab and on their super cars.

Nearing the 2016 racing season brought the usual habits of many local racers; the last minute scramble to prepare their equipment for another race season; the start of the 2016 race season also brought much concern to the racing community when the EPA made the announcement that it was going to ban the conversion of street vehicles for off road racing usage.

The EPA argued that these vehicles originally designated for street use, during the conversion process, the vehicles emissions control equipment would be removed from the vehicle, adding to the roles vehicles that would now contribute to omitting harmful toxic vehicle emissions; vehicles that were never intended for racing competition.

The EPA continued their argument that it was against law to remove emissions control devices and equipment however hobbyist and racers would push back. With the help of organizations like SEMA, racers were able to put to bed this argument so they can go on to race another day.

However Samuel K. Burlum thinks is just a matter of time the EPA will challenge the industry and sport once again,

“EPA has been very aggressive as it relates emissions reduction and fuel efficiency of vehicles, as their decisions have proven over the past years. Racing is not immune to the EPA’s desire and racing sanction bodies should be looking for alternatives in policing themselves with some sort of effort satisfactory enough to keep the agency at bay.”

“The Smart Emissions Reducer has proven itself as a serious consideration and solution to this issue, for it does not negatively effect the performance of the engine, is cost effective, and has the data to uphold the argument about its effectiveness in lowering harmful vehicle emissions,” continued Burlum.

Burlum also was quick to point out other larger racing bodies have taken steps toward recognizing the industries contribution to environmental impact.

“NASCAR has even taken steps in trying to minimize racings impact on the environment. It ushered in the switch from carbureted engines to the mandate of fuel injection due to the benefits of fuel economy it provides. Then we saw NASCAR switch to an ethanol enriched blended fuel. It’s just a matter of time before they begin to explore other options to self-police this issue.”

The Smart Emissions Reducer message can be found on the sides of the #92 Extreme Kleaner/Extreme Energy Solutions sponsored Dirt Sportsman Modified race car driven by Veteran Tommy Vigh Jr., as it states on the bottom of the door, “Go Green with the Same Machine!”

This message is also extended to the #H2O Energy Flow/Extreme Energy Solutions sponsored Dirt Sportsman Modified wheeled by the Rookie Sportsman driver Jimmy Devitt.

The message is even more pronounced on the side of Connor Otten’s #11 Dirt Sportsman Modified, seen at competition at both the Orange County Fair Speedway and Accord Speedway.

For more information you can visit www.ExtremeEnergySolutions.net and www.SmartEmissionsReducer.com

 

 

 

Extreme Energy Solutions to Partners with Local Racers to Bring Green Tech to the Race Track

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For Immediate Release:

Published on 3/21/2016, Middletown, New York

Tags: Stock Car Racing, Dirt Track Racing, Orange County Fair Speedway, Northeast Sportsman Modified, The Hard Clay, Extreme Kleaner, Extreme Energy Solutions, Smart Emissions Reducer, Green Tech, Tommy Vigh Jr., Sam Burlum, GM Crate Motor, Auto Racing, Innovation

Source: Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc. and Veteran Dirt Track Race Car Driver Tommy Vigh Jr, partner with the hopes of putting the Extreme Kleaner Sponsored Sportsman Modified into Victory Lane at the Orange County Fair Speedway for the 2016-2017 season, while testing new green technology at the track.

The Green Tech Company, Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., located in Ogdensburg, New Jersey, formally announces its partnership with Veteran Race Car Driver Tommy Vigh Jr, a deal which extends thus far for the next two seasons. Extreme and Vigh were able to come together in forming an alliance that puts Vigh behind the wheel of new equipment aimed for the purposes of providing a testing platform for some of Extreme Energy Solutions green tech automotive solutions for emissions reduction and performance.

Tommy Vigh Jr. will be the captain behind the wheel of the #92 Extreme Kleaner/Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. sponsored Sportsman Modified, for 2016 and 2017, with home turf being declared as Orange County Fair Speedway (OCFS), in Middletown, New York playing host to this new venture. The alliance formed, known as Extreme Team Racing Associates, puts Vigh at the helm of machines powered by 602 GM crate motor powered equipment provided by Crate Motor Connection, located in New Holland, Pennsylvania.  The newly formed team plans to also run their machines at the popular Eastern States Weekend event (Oct 2016 at the OCFS), while also touching down at a few races at the Accord Speedway (NY) and this year’s Super Dirt Week race event (hosting track yet to be named)

Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc. offers the technology known as the Smart Emissions Reducer, an emissions reduction device for gasoline and diesel powered engines, and is currently testing their equipment on the standard 602 GM crate motor in the lab on a controlled dyno and on the track. Extreme Energy Solutions looks to introduce the Smart Emissions Reducer as standard equipment as part of the 602 GM Crate motor once testing is complete. The Smart Emissions Reducer has been already proven in automotive labs such as Roush, Keshi, and Free-Col. The device has also been tested by various commercial and municipal vehicle fleet operators, which have seen between 25% to 65% reduction in harmful toxic emissions with vehicles retrofitted with the device, while recognizing fuel efficiency gains between 2.5% to 15%.

Having access to the racing community, Extreme has already begun to commercialize its consumer product lines to partnered retailers and race fans alike. Extreme Kleaner, the company’s non-toxic biodegradable multi-purpose cleaner-degreaser, is now offered in selected Hardware Hanks, True Value, Ace Hardware Stores; Independently owned grocery stores, East Coast Speed, and selected retailers. H2O Energy Flow, structured bottled water, has also been introduced to the market and is now in selected retailers across the mid-west. Extreme Kleaner is the main banner on the machine to be driven by Vigh.

“It is a great opportunity to be able to return to our roots and bring our technology with us,” commented Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, and author of “Life in the Green Lane-in Pursuit of the American Dream,” “Tommy is a great driver and we needed to be able to work with someone whom does not mind dedicating their skill sets in aiding in our research and development on and off the track.”  Burlum once ran full seasons in 2008 and 2009 at the Hard Clay, in the Street Stock Division.

“It’s important we have a tie to racing for many automotive innovations have been tested and proven at the track before they are made a stock component on production model vehicle,” Sam Burlum continued.”

“Having Tommy as our premier driver choice was an easy decision; he has been able to prove he can compete with aged equipment, and has been able to rack up a series of wins over time at various tracks. Fans love him as he is a great spokesperson for the sport. It will be great to see what he can do with some new equipment at his disposal.”

Tommy Vigh Jr., hails from Otisville, New York, and currently has 12 career wins that span time in the cockpit of Street Stocks, Pro Stocks, and now Sportsman Modified stock cars. His first race was in the Street Stock Division, where, after his 7th time in the car won his first race. From that point going further he never fell out 5th place which gained him the title of “Rookie of the Year”. Included in his portfolio of achievements is: OCFS Favorite Pro Stocker in 2009, OCFS First Ever Elimination Race Winner, OCFS Rookie of the Year, OCFS Driver of the Year 2009, 2010 Accord Speedway King of the Catskills Champion, 2011 2nd in points, 2012 OCFS Rookie Sportsmanship of the Year, NYSSCA 2012 Rookie Sportsmanship of the Year.

“Samuel and I have worked with each other before, and I am excited to see what we can do for Extreme this season,” added Tommy Vigh Jr., “We will have some great equipment from Bicknell and Crate Motor Connection this year, and I am looking forward to a good season.”

The #92 Sportsman Modified machine of Tommy Vigh Jr. is sponsored by Extreme Kleaner, Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., Smart Emissions Reducer, Hardware Hank, H2O Energy Flow, Big Momma Motorsports, Sam Burlum Business Strategy & Consulting Services, Crate Motor Connection, and received additional help from Behrents, East Coast Speed, Atomic Sign, Walker Creative Design, and crew.

IMG_1332Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc. and Smart Emissions Reducer also came to an agreement  with Sportsman Driver Connor Otten, whom plans to race a full schedule on Friday and Saturday nights. Otten, just 20, from Middletown, NY, has had a limited part time campaign for the past two years, including racing at tracks such as Penn Cam, Five Mile Point, and Accord. The Orange County Fair Speedway regular, plans to race as a full time career, where after he discovered racing was his passion, Otten found it was a natural choice to purse racing as his profession.

“Ever since I was young, the only thing that interested me was racing. I am appreciative of the support we have from Smart Emissions Reducer and Extreme Energy Solutions this season. I hope to put some wins on the board this year,” provided Otten.

Conner Otten will drive the #11 Smart Emissions Reducer/Extreme Energy Solutions sponsored Sportsman Modified at Accord Speedway on Friday Nights, putting Otten on the Track at the OCFS Saturday Evenings. Other sponsors of Otten’s ride include, Fred Smith, Emerson Resort and Spa, Big Momma Motorsports, Sam Burlum Business Strategy & Consulting Services, Chris Nessen Home Improvement, Matt Smith Mowing and Snowplowing, Behrents, East Coast Speed, Atomic Sign, Walker Creative Design, Extreme Team Racing Associates LLC and crew.IMG_1334

Jimmy Devitt from Clintondale, NY will be behind the wheel of the Extreme Team Racing Associates LLC second ride; the #H2O Extreme Energy Solutions Inc/H2O Energy Flow sponsored Sportsman Modified, and will compete in the OCFS Rookie Division. Devitt has been behind the wheel of both Street Stocks and Sportsman for the last five years plus. Other sponsors of the #H2O Machine include Hardware Hank, Big Mamma Motorsports, Extreme Kleaner, Sam Burlum Business Strategy & Consulting Services, Empire Emulsions, and Crate Motor Connections; and received additional help from Behrents, East Coast Speed, Atomic Sign, Walker Creative Design, and crew.

“The car (#H2O) looks great. These guys stepped up in helping us put together a ride for 2016. We will put this Extreme Team car to work at Orange County Fair Speedway and see what we can do.”

Extreme Kleaner/Extreme Energy Solutions resigned with Ron Constable, from Lafayette, New Jersey, as a returning sponsor for the 2016 season in support of the #49 Team Froggy Machine, another regular at the OCFS. Constable ranked 4th in the Street Stock Division and 2nd in the Street Stock Crane Series at the 5/8 Mile Hard Clay Speedway in 2015.

Extreme Energy Solutions plans to expand its program in 2017, in hopes of introducing the Company’s product lines, Extreme Xtra Fuel Treatments and E-Missions Automotive Intelligence/E-Tech Performance, to the regional racing and automotive community, as the company plans to support Tommy Vigh Jr. behind the wheel of a car in the 358 Modified Division, while also putting a second car on the track at Accord Speedway.

“Racing is just as important to our marketing efforts as it is to our research and development of our current and up and coming product lines. It reminds us how to stay competitive, furthering our vision for the next innovation to include into our Company’s product offerings. The racing community understands the concept of a work in progress, and is a perfect place for getting a feel for how consumers will respond to our new products and services,” Burlum concluded.

Extreme Kleaner Sponsored Local Racer Reaches Podium in 2015 Season

Source: Extreme Energy Solutions has partnered with local stock car driver, Ron Constable, and the #49 Team Froggy Street Stock Racing Team in the promotion of the non-toxic biodegradable cleaner-degreaser known as Extreme Kleaner, and the partnership resulted in assisting Constable to the Podium.

Middletown, New York, October 5, 2015

The final race of the regular season at the Orange County Fair Speedway located in Middletown, New York; brought about the conclusion of the 2015 Points Championships for all racing divisions. Among the season’s surprises, was fourth place finish in the street stock division made by Ron Constable, driver of the Extreme Kleaner sponsored number 49 Team Froggy stock car.

Constable, a Lafayette, NJ native, also finished 2nd in the Crane Golf Street Stock Series, putting the Extreme Kleaner sponsored stock car and driver on the Podium.

“We are proud of the sponsorship we have had this season with Ron Constable. He has become a fan favorite and has always made himself and the car available when ever one of our partnered retailers requested their appearance at one of their store locations,” contributed Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., the parent company that offers the Extreme Kleaner product.

“We are thankful for the support we received from Extreme Kleaner this year and we hope they would like to continue in partnering with us for the 2016 season,” added Constable.

All of the 2015 Regular Season Points Championship results for the “Hard Clay” can be reviewed at www.OrangeCountyFairSpeedway.net

Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. and Extreme Kleaner have begun to consider all of its options about its involvement and support as it looks to the future 2016 racing season.

“With the success of this campaign, we have other racers and retailers interested in Extreme Kleaner, and will entertain the idea of expanding our motorsports marketing efforts into the 2016 racing season,” Burlum remarked.

Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. and Constable/Team Froggy are in discussions and negotiations to extend their agreement into next season and beyond.  However, Extreme are looking to expand its market reach for its Extreme Kleaner product throughout the racing community.

Extreme Kleaner, Extreme Energy Solutions and racer Jimmy Devitt have already come to an agreement for next season. The owner/driver from Clintondale, New York, recently obtained equipment, parts, and support in exchange for advertising space on Devitt’s car, which is to also don the Extreme Kleaner colors in 2016. Devitt, a driver whom has, competes Northeast DirtCar, has driven for over 22 seasons, including wheeling go-carts, prostocks, and sportsman modifieds, plans to run a full season at the OCFS.

Extreme Kleaner, Smart Emissions Reducer, and Extreme Energy Solutions are also in negotiations with Sportsman Driver and Orange County Fair Speedway mainstay Tommy Vigh Jr., for the possible opportunity for Vigh to be driving the Extreme Kleaner/Smart Emissions Reducer/Extreme Energy Solutions Sportsman hopefully into victory lane in 2016.

“I have known Tommy Vigh Jr. for years, and he is a great driver. We have partnered in the past to field test technology at the track in real time conditions, and with our most recent research and development projects, we see a great opportunity to have product put to the test under these unique competitive circumstances,” furthered Burlum.

“We always enjoyed racing together, no matter what, we always had fun and tried to put our best out there for the fans,” commented Tommy Vigh Jr., originally from Oak Ridge, NJ, currently calls Middletown, New York home.

Currently Extreme Kleaner is available on the shelves of selected Ace Hardware and True Value Hardware Stores, Hardware Hanks, coast to coast. More hardware stores are adding Extreme Kleaner to their product mix every week. As a part of the product’s cooperative marketing effort with retailers, race cars and their drivers whom are sponsored by Extreme Kleaner, participate in a round robin of displaying the car and signing autographs throughout the regular season at selected retailer locations whom opt into the program.

The Smart Emissions Reducer logo will be found on race vehicles which become early adopters of the technology in the racing industry.

Extreme Energy Solutions and Extreme Kleaner provide weekly updates on its social media pages. A listing of all future events, store locations where Extreme Kleaner is sold, and other news information about Extreme Energy Solutions and Extreme Kleaner can be found at www.ExtremeEnergySolutions.net, and.or www.ExtremeKleaner.com

“Extreme Energy Solutions Plans to Retire Sidewinder Brand-Product”

Source: Extreme Energy Solutions decided to retire the Sidewinder ATV product; redirects its efforts to increasing its portfolio of innovation in the area of emissions reduction technology.

Boise, Idaho, September 29, 2015

You may have seen its unique design tear up the trails side by side of traditional all-terrain vehicles, or maybe you sighted one of these vehicles at a trade show; or maybe you had the spotted a Sidewinder ATV in the back of a pick-up truck as it traveled down the highway. If that is as close as you got to the Sidewinder ATV, from Extreme Off-Road LLC, then that is most likely the closest you may ever get to one of these vehicles.

Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., the parent company of Extreme Off-Road LLC, the entity that builds and sells the Sidewinder ATV, has announced that it will be retiring the product line effective of October 1, 2015. The Company has pledged all of its future efforts toward technology, products, and services that aim to reduce harmful toxic emissions while providing the side benefit of fuel efficiency.

The Sidewinder ATV first started out as a student project at Brigham Young University Tech Students, whom took on the task to design a personal sport off-road vehicle which incorporated safety features not yet standard in the industry, while also creating a vehicle that would be fun to drive. They teamed up with a local fabricator and advisement of Extreme Energy Solutions and then the Sidewinder ATV was born.

Extreme Energy Solutions took over the product/brand in 2012, and attempted to make a run of the product, offering it to the recreational vehicle market. The market received the vehicle with mixed results. Some drivers whom tested the vehicle enjoyed its low center of gravity and ability to tackle light to medium trail use. Others say it lacked the power you might find associated with a racing four wheeler vehicle.

Extreme Off-Road sold a number of these vehicles, including the original production models; however the demand was never great enough to produce these vehicles at a high quantity.  The Sidewinder ATV base model sold for just under $5000 ($4995); which some of the upgraded models would command up to $6995. Options the Sidewinder ATV offered were first responder (police, fire, ems) packages which included being retrofitted with Fox Shocks, larger Subaru engine, custom cages and equipment racks, and first responder light bar packages.

With the parent company’s focus on emissions reduction and green technology, the Sidewinder ATV could not receive the full attention it needed for it to hit the market in a larger capacity.  Extreme Off-Road LLC sold its final available units this past September 2015. Resources and staff once dedicated to the Sidewinder ATV product line will be re-allocated toward expanding product and service offerings within the emissions reduction and green technology sector.

“The Sidewinder ATV was a quality product which prioritized safety and rider comfort,” added Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., “The unfortunate situation is that the market makes its primary decision based on price, not quality when it comes to these types of vehicles.”

“We were unwilling to compromise on the features and benefits in which made the Sidewinder ATV unique; for it would have undermined the many safety qualities the product offered.  As a result we were not as competitive as we had hoped.”

The Sidewinder ATV website and logo are still out there on display until the end of 2015. Sidewinder ATV owners whom purchased vehicles from Extreme Off-Road LLC can still receive product support for their vehicles until the end of 2015, at which time the brand and entity will be surrendered. Sidewinder ATV vehicle owners are encouraged to call the parent company, Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., for any parts or service inquiries they may have.

Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc. plans to find a suiter for Extreme Off-Road LLC, which would include the intellectual property and design of the Sidewinder ATV.

“We still feel this is a great product for someone to manufacture and market, if it is there core focus and they are passionate about this area of recreational specialty vehicles. This type of thing would be a great fit for a business in the American Southwest where there is open riding country and people are always experimenting with designs in the niche space,” concluded Burlum.