VYCON Energy Exhibits at TOC Asia 2008

March 18, 2008

LOS ANGELES – VYCON Energy will be an exhibitor at the Terminal Operations Conference & Exhibition, Shanghai, China - March 18-20, 2008.

The conference is designed to give middle and senior maritime industry management a broad perspective on the critical issues confronting shipping, ports, terminals and associated inland transport infrastructure.

About VYCON

VYCON is an innovator in the design and manufacturing of technologically advanced flywheel energy storage systems that enable a highly reliable, cost-effective and “Green” energy storage solution for a variety of applications. VYCON’s products are applied in the power quality markets to provide back-up power in mission critical applications and in the energy re-cycling markets for capturing and regenerating energy in crane, electric rail and distributed generation applications. VYCON is a publicly listed company on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange and is headquartered in Orange County, Calif.

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