Hydra Merger Partner IVOI Starts Countdown With SEC Filing

June 07, 2011 by Jeff Shepard

American Security Resources Corp. (ARSC) provided a preliminary timeline for the merger of Hydra Fuel Cell Corp. with iVoice, Inc..

Frank Neukomm, CEO of ARSC, stated, "With the filing of their information statement with the SEC late last week, IVOI has started the clock for the merger with Hydra. There is a minimum 10 day waiting period at the SEC followed by a 30 day period dictated by IVOI’s by-laws. At the end of that period the merger can complete as soon as Hydra completes its financial audits for the years 2009 and 2010. Our auditors are working on those now."

Neukomm continued, "At the time of the merger, ARSC will have majority voting control of IVOI. It will be recapitalized and the name changed to Hydra Fuel Cell Corp., after which we will dividend the Hydra shares to ARSC’s shareholders at an expected ratio of one (1) share of new Hydra stock for each 150 current shares of ARSC. We expect that the value of Hydra is such that its initial trading range could be between $0.08 and $0.16 per share."

Hydra Fuel Cell Corporation has developed a highly efficient, mass producible hydrogen fuel cell, the HydraStax® 5000. Hydra has demonstrated its fuel cell technology in live demonstrations from which it received more than $20,000,000 in purchase orders. Currently Hydra is in the process of delivering its first commercial fuel to Liberty Towers.

Preliminary testing indicates that a HydraStax® fuel cell using natural gas as the source of hydrogen can produce a kilowatt of electricity for less than $0.10.