OMNITEK APPOINTS EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE TO U.S. MILITARY
- Cites Significant Fuel-Cost Savings and Reduction of Global Carbon Footprint as Market Drivers
VISTA, CA — November 14, 2014 — Omnitek Engineering Corp. (OTCBB: OMTK) today announced the appointment of Industrial Security Alliance
Partners (ISAP) based in San Diego, California, as its exclusive authorized reseller for all Omnitek products to the U.S. military worldwide -- including the company’s diesel-to-natural gas
engine conversion kits and “drop-in” converted natural gas engines. Terms were not disclosed.
“The addition of ISAP to the Omnitek team significantly expands our potential customer base, with an estimated world-wide addressable market of more than 187,000
non-tactical fleet vehicles operated by the U.S. Department of Defense,” said Werner Funk, president and chief executive officer of Omnitek Engineering Corp.
Funk added that tactical and non-tactical power generators represent another area of focus, where current systems consume more than 130 million gallons of diesel fuel on an
annual basis to support power back up to Department of Defense installations. It is estimated that the Department of Defense spends approximately $20 billion per year on fossil
fuels. “The Department of Defense is extremely focused on reducing its carbon footprint and energy costs, which complements the application of Omnitek Engineering’s
technology and value-proposition -- particularly for large-scale conversions,” Funk said.
“Our exclusive reseller relationship with Omnitek represents a unique opportunity to leverage the country’s domestic natural gas resources and provide
stationary and vehicle power surety to the military around the world. Using clean and inexpensive natural gas not only reduces energy costs, but also has the potential to
significantly reduce CO2 emissions," said Brian Kelly, chief executive officer of Industrial Security Alliance Partners.
He noted that a $10 increase for a barrel of oil equates to an estimated $1.3 billion increase in the annual energy budget of the Department of Defense.
Funk noted that Omnitek’s conversion technology offers a significant cost advantage compared with a new natural gas truck or engine purchase.
About Industrial Security Alliance Partners, Inc.
Industrial Security Alliance Partners, Inc. (ISAP) is an international
organization offering consulting, sales and marketing and operational services in a variety of business sectors --
including diesel-to-natural gas engine conversion system products for foreign and domestic military applications. ISAP
provides instructional and mechanical support for conversions on an enterprise level, and plans to establish
service centers on all major trucking routes to accelerate the adoption of natural gas. Additional information is
About Omnitek Engineering Corp.
Omnitek Engineering Corp. develops and sells proprietary diesel-to-natural gas conversion systems and
complementary products, including new natural gas engines that utilize the company’s technology -- providing
global customers with innovative alternative energy and emissions control solutions that are sustainable and affordable.
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