Tuesday, March 06, 2007

HydroGen Shares to Begin Trading on NASDAQ

HydroGen Corporation (OTCBB: HYDG), a company that designs and manufactures multi-megawatt air-cooled phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC) systems, today announced that it has been approved to list its common shares on The Nasdaq Capital Market. The company's stock will begin trading under the symbol "HYDG" on The Nasdaq Capital Market on Tuesday, March 6. Most recently, the company's common stock traded on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol "HYDG."

"We are delighted to join Nasdaq, the largest and fastest growing major stock market in the world. We believe that The Nasdaq Capital Market will not only provide more recognition and visibility for our company in the investment community, but increase liquidity and provide superior execution, thus enhancing value for our shareholders," Dr. Leo Blomen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of HydroGen Corporation said.

"Nasdaq has a heritage of being the marketplace for some of the world's greatest companies and we are proud to be part of that tradition. This move is another important milestone for HydroGen Corporation and reinforces our commitment to creating shareholder value," noted Joshua Tosteson, President of HydroGen Corporation.

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