National Green Energy Council member company, Go Green Technologies, Corp. achieves major project technology application

Sonical™ Heating Oil Units Installed on School Boilers Substantially Reduce Fuel Costs and Carbon Footprint for New Hampshire Academy

OXFORD, CT (January 7, 2013) Go Green Technologies, Corp. (PINKSHEETS:GOGR) announced today that installation of Sonical™ heating oil units to five boilers on the campus of Kimball Union Academy demonstrated an average improvement of fuel efficiency by more than 20%. This means a total annual average reduction of 3,742 gallons of fuel per hour resulting in a savings of $11,154 for the school. In addition, at the current rate, the campus reduces its yearly CO2 emissions by 83,461 pounds.


This past year, Kimball Union Academy burned 23,624 gallons of type 2 (light) fuel in its five campus-wide boiler heating units at an annual cost of roughly $70,400. In addition to the financial expense, a gallon of fuel emits approximately 22.3 pounds of carbon dioxide (or CO2) into the air. The installation of Go Green Technologies Sonical heating oil units on the Kimball Union Academy campus is expected to save the school $55,770 at their current fuel cost rate and eliminate 417,307 pounds of carbon dioxide released into the air, over a five-year period with a return on investment achieved at an average of 10 months.

"Our team is thrilled that we exceeded our projected savings for Kimball Union Academy installation. We remain dedicated to helping our customers achieve substantial savings on fossil fuels while significantly reducing their carbon footprint. Our project with Kimball Union Academy is further confirmation that our technology provides substantial value on a local and global scale", said Green CEO John D'Alessandro.

"It is successes like this one that continue to make me excited for the future of the green technology sector, a sector that can and will put millions of Americans back to work and save entities an incredible amount of money", said Ralph Avallone, President of the National Green Energy Council.

About Go Green Global Technologies Corp.

Go Green Global Technologies Corp. is a U.S. public company. 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.

You are also welcome to visit www.gogreentechcorp.com for added information.

About The International Green Energy Council

The IGEC is an international advocacy association comprised of individuals and companies that promote sustainable and renewable energy production, sustainable design practices, and education for being better stewards of the environment. The Council works internationally to facilitate green business opportunities. The IGEC is comprised of renewable energy companies, developers, lending institutions, manufacturers, investors, engineers and many others involved throughout the green community.

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