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HP2g LLC

403 Hill St.

Napoleon, Ohio, 43545

United States

Company Description

HP2g LLC., a Napoleon-based company, has created a superior engine that is poised to revolutionize fuel efficiency and auto manufacturing as we know it. Through patented technology, HP2g LLC. President Douglas Pelmear has discovered a way to allow a standard V...more

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Energy Technology Company w/ 110mpg Hybrid V8 Engine.

Mr. Douglas Pelmear
HP2g 2611 N. Scott St. Napoleon OH 43545


Energy Technology Company w/ 110mpg Hybrid V8 Engine.

Napoleon, OH - May 28-2015 - HP2g LLC.Energy Technology Company, Announces today issuance by The State Intellectual Property Office of The Peoples Republic of China, patent # ZL201080031937.5 of the unique Internal Combustion Engine and Method of Operation developed by Douglas Pelmear, President of HP2g LLC.
Patent Issued I, (Douglas Pelmear), received a US Utility Patent for the HP2g Skip-Fire with International patent applications #8991356 on March 31, 2015. This is the third US Patent in the name of Douglas Pelmear.


Energy Technology Company w/ 110mpg Hybrid V8 Engine.

Doug Pelmear inventor HP2g 110mpg V8 Hybrid Electric E85 with US Congressman Latta
Doug Pelmear and US Congressman Latta Lynn Wachtmann and Doug Pelmear President Tom Stuckey PHD Northwst State College Doug Pelmear 110mpg Electric Hybrid V8 President Stuckey & Doug Pelmear NorthWest State College Letter of Support US DOE Grant HP2g 110mpg V8 E85 Hybrid Electric Napoleon, OH - May 28-2015 - HP2g LLC.Energy Technology Company, Announces today issuance by The State Intellectual Property Office of The Peoples Republic of China, patent # ZL201080031937.5 of the unique Internal Combustion Engine and Method of Operation developed by Douglas Pelmear, President of HP2g LLC. Patent Issued I, (Douglas Pelmear), received a US Utility Patent for the HP2g Skip-Fire with International patent applications #8991356 on March 31, 2015. This is the third US Patent in the name of Douglas Pelmear. Sentor Rob Portman and Doug Pelmear Doug Pelmear and Henry County Commissioner Myers at US DOE HP2g 110mpg V8 Hybrid Electric fuel economy Doug Pelmear and Henry County Commissioner Myers at US DOE


Energy Technology Company w/ 110mpg Hybrid V8 Engine.

Napoleon, OH - May 28-2015 - HP2g LLC.Energy Technology Company, Announces today issuance by The State Intellectual Property Office of The Peoples Republic of China, patent # ZL201080031937.5 of the unique Internal Combustion Engine and Method of Operation developed by Douglas Pelmear, President of HP2g LLC.
President Douglas Pelmear has discovered a way to allow a standard V8 engine to travel the energy equivalent of 110 mpg on Ethanol Blend fuel. The most striking feature of the HP2g hybrid engine is that it's designed to run in SUV's and larger family cars. PATENT ISSUED I, (Douglas Pelmear), received a US Utility Patent for the HP2g Skip-Fire with International patent applications #8991356 on March 31, 2015. This is the third US Patent in the name of Douglas Pelmear. Douglas Pelmear President HP2g.com ---- Douglas Pelmear, President of HP2g.com During this meeting, Pelmear explained the new technologies of the HP2g engine along with its performance ratings and statistics. He explained why (Wauseon OH 7-6-09) POET CEO Jeff Broin visited with Doug Pelmear, developer of the revolutionary HP2g engine, at the HP2g Engine Manufacturing Facility last week to get a first-hand look at the ethanol-fueled engine capable of achieving 110 miles per gallon. This is the next step in freeing the US to a Greener Environment, Pelmear said. President and CEO, Douglas Pelmear, stated: We have always felt that the real reason for the X PRIZE competition was to help the world. By moving forward with our production plans, we will be doing just that. NAPOLEON, OH-- Douglas Pelmear President/CEO of HP2G LLC is pleased to announce:


Energy Technology Company w/ 110mpg Hybrid V8 Engine.

It was from Douglas Pelmear, owner and chief engineer of HP2g, an Ohio grass roots company that developed a 110 MPG E85 V8 Hybrid Mustang.
He told them that, due to his inability to raise additional working capital he would have to abandon his good work. Dougs Ford Mustang utilizes 350 times less gasoline than the Toyota Prius. He has tried desperately in the last three years to get an OEM company to take an interest in his technology with no such luck. This car gets 110 MPG. 110! All of this hard work and Doug has to close up shop. That ordeal certainly ruffled some feathers and Doug was invited on NBCs Morning Show to talk about his plant having to close. After the showing, he was then invited to the Washington DC Auto Show. Doug Pelmear of Napoleon shows off his second Mustang that he converted into a vehicle that can get 110 miles per gallon. But time and the economy have not been kind to Doug Pelmear's plan to revolutionize the American automobile. The factory today is largely dark and empty, Mr. Pelmear's dreams of putting northwest Ohioans back to work are still constrained within two file drawers full of job applications, and his hopes of mass-producing his HP2g engine have fallen victim to a lack of funding. "We can't get the banks to look at us," Mr. Pelmear said yesterday. Mr. Pelmear said he hasn't sought money from more traditional capital sources such as investors, selling stock or bonded indebtedness, because such sources would likely cost him control of HP2g LLC - something he's unwilling to provide. A partnership Mr. Pelmear forged with Revenge Designs Inc., a Decatur, Ind. specialty carmaker that had planned to use his engine in its upcoming "Verde" supercar, dissolved this spring. Mr. Pelmear traveled to Washington to meet with officials in the Department of Energy on March 10, sharing his designs and testing on his prototype vehicle by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. He submitted applications this month for grant funding to further his designs, and asked for loans to help him bring his engine to market. A year ago, when he had his Wauseon factory's open house, Mr. Pelmear had eight employees and planned to hire another 25 "within three months." Today, he said his company has fewer employees than it did a year ago, most of them are part-time, and most of their time is spent selling and shipping his original invention, the Valley Girdle - an add-on device that makes V-configured engines more efficient. "That's what we're living on right now, the sales of the Valley Girdle," Mr. Pelmear said. Douglas Pelmear, president of HP2g.com in Napoleon, and Henry County Commissioner Richard Myers met with officials of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in Pelmear said they had discussions with DOE officials to educate them about his HP2g V-8 hybrid engine, which has achieved 110 miles per gallon. He explained the technologies of the engine and provided documentation of its performance ratings to DOE officials. The Hp2g engine features variable displacement and electromagnetic pulse power within the same engine. It can achieve fuel economy of 110 MGP with tests showing better results than the 2016 standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to Pelmear. He claims the HP2g hybrid engine operating on E-85 ethanol fuel will help preserve the environment by reducing emissions by more than 66 percent. The company is seeking startup funds to establish manufacturing operations to produce the engine. Pelmear said the DOE is guiding them through the process for two programs for possible funding, one for grants and another for low-interest loans. Were moving at the speed we can, working with our own funds. No banks are willing to consider financing us, Pelmear said as the reason for turning to the government for possible funding. HP2g is also working to qualify for numerous ISO certification requirements for manufacturing automotive products, Pelmear said. The revenue coming from those jobs and engine sales will positively benefit the local, state and federal economy, Pelmear said. Were holding confidential talks with major OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) in the automotive and agricultural farm equipment industries at this time, he said. Ohio Congressman Bob Lattas office arranged the meeting with the DOE for Pelmear after previously touring HP2gs facilities. with Pelmear to support him and his business. The county had loaned the company $50,000 last year toward the cost of the application process for the patents on his technology. It was quite interesting to meet with officials from the Department of Energy. Doug was able to answer all their questions about ...... DETROIT - Napoleon inventor Doug Pelmear's HP2g engine won't be at this year's North American International Auto Show as he planned, but the owner of an Indiana boutique car maker said the fuel-efficient engine could be put in his roadster cars for sale by the end of the year. The metallic green shell is built around a Ford GT platform, but doesn't have Mr. Pelmear's engine mounted inside because there wasn't time, Mr. Collorafi said. Mr. Pelmear's HP2g engine uses electromagnetic pulses and actuators at the top of each cylinder to help drive the pistons and crankshaft more efficiently. He also employs a variable displacement system that can take his V8 engine down to just one cylinder when additional power isn't needed, yielding gas mileage Mr. Pelmear claims is in excess of 110 miles per gallon of E85 fuel. A brief video explaining how the engine works is available on the company's Web site, www.hp2g.com. Mr. Collorafi also said that his exotic sports car, which could be for sale as early as November, would come with one of three engines: a 605-horsepower supercharged Ford engine, the 638-horsepower ZR1 engine used in the Chevrolet Corvette, or Mr. Pelmear's 400-horsepower HP2g engine. Mr. Pelmear said yesterday his engine company is "shopping" for companies to cast parts and do machining for his engines, which he plans to manufacture as early as this year. Last year, he opened a factory in Wauseon and is in the process of tooling it for production. Financing remains an issue for Mr. Pelmear, he said, adding that he is pursuing angel and venture capital. Peter Collorafi and Doug Pelmear think they have the answer; they call it the Verde. To accomplish these seemingly in compatible goals, Pelmear created a big block V-8 engine (similar to a Ford Mustangs) that runs on ethanol. He also developed a proprietary hybrid function that uses ceramic magnets in and around the cylinders to power the car. But Pelmear and Collorafi arent worried. Slated for production starting late 2010 at facilities in Ohio and Michigan, the Verde will initially be offered with a hybrid drivetrain in association with HP2G, LLC, whose CEO Douglas Pelmear has developed a 400 horsepower 4.8 liter V8 that can deliver up to 110 miles per gallon using E85 fuel. Pelmear explains how 110 mpg motor works LAS VEGAS - A year after Doug Pelmear and his Hp2g motor burst upon the automotive scene with claims of a car that could get 110 mpg, he is back. Last year Pelmear made news when he drove his 1985 Ford Mustang to the SEMA Show in Las Vegas and averaged over 100 mpg for the round trip. Now, after a year of applying for patents and continuing testing, he is back at SEMA and this time he was there to tell how his Hp2g engine works. On Tuesday of this week, he told an audience that the car contains the marriage of an electric motor and a V-8 internal combustion engine, according to a press release based upon his presentation in Las Vegas. These are common in the racing world and Pelmear has placed them on each side of the car, recharging them from existing technology such as regenerative braking. Also, unlike other cars that use both an electric and gas motors, Pelmear's design allows him to use both at the same time if necessary to achieve a massive 500 ft. lbs. of torque. The variable number of cylinders in use also mean he can go from 400 horsepower all the way down to 15 while cruising. Mr. Pelmear has not publicly disclosed the technology behind his design, saying that he was awaiting submission of his patent applications before he would show or explain how his engine works. His mileage claim has not been verified by independent third-party testing, although his vehicle and engine have undergone emissions testing. A document on Mr. Pelmear's Web site dated June 30 from Perrysburg attorney J. Douglas Miller indicates that Mr. Pelmear has filed patent applications for his inventions. A document on Mr. Pelmear's Web site dated June 30 from Perrysburg attorney J. Douglas Miller indicates that Mr. Pelmear has filed patent applications for his inventions. In a discussion last month with The Blade, Mr. Pelmear said he has continued to refine the design of his hand-built engine and other portions of the vehicle to wring out even greater fuel efficiency. He also said he has installed other copies of his V-8 engine in different test vehicles with similar increases in fuel efficiency. "We're looking down the road at other size engines and designs," he said. He is tooling up a factory in Wauseon to "hand build" copies of his engine for a new four-door sedan, the Revenge Verde, which is to make its debut in January at the auto show in Detroit. He has about a dozen employees, he said, and is working with students and faculty at Northwest State Community College to construct models of his design. Although Mr. Pelmear has repeatedly grabbed attention as he sought to promote his engine design and technologies, he is far from alone in trying to revolutionize how and what America drives. How does the car engine that Doug Pelmear developed get the equivalent of 110 or more miles to the gallon and still keep its horsepower? He told The Blade: marriage and frugality. His technological achievement has been the marriage of an electric motor into his E-85-fueled V-8 internal combustion engine, he said. It also has controls, he said, that allow the combined power plant's output to range from more than 400 horsepower to as little as 15 horsepower, depending on what is required at the time by the accelerator. This range of energy output is accomplished because his gasoline-powered engine can transition from running on all eight cylinders down to firing on just one, Mr. Pelmear said. Other automakers have used so-called "variable displacement" - shutting down usually half of an engine's cylinders when not under load - for several years to improve fuel economy. But unlike other designs, Mr. Pelmear said he has discovered a way to vary which cylinders shut down. He avoids excessive carbon buildup in part because he uses cleaner-burning E85 ethanol gasoline as his fuel source instead of a standard gasoline blend, he said. The engine's power plant picks up added efficiency because his incorporated electric motor - greatly responsible for the 500 foot pounds of torque the power plant generates - operates on a pulse basis, instead of at what is called full saturation, Mr. Pelmear explained. In other words, the electric field used to generate power to the vehicle's wheels can rapidly cycle on and off as required, saving energy. The vehicle uses just two "spiral core gel" batteries, common in racing, one on each side of the vehicle, and reclaims some energy from more established technology, such as regenerative braking, which captures energy that otherwise would be lost as a vehicle decelerates, he added. In addition to how it uses energy, Mr. Pelmear's design picks up efficiencies because of tight tolerances and sturdy design that reduces engine vibration and heat, all of which drain energy output from traditional vehicles. The resulting combination has allowed Mr. Pelmear to log more than 22,000 miles of real-world driving on his 3,250-pound 1987 Ford Mustang over the last 18 months with an average fuel economy of 109.85 mpg. EPA testing confirmed that - without the benefit of a catalytic converter, which his design does not require - the Mustang's tailpipe emitted 86.6 parts per million of hydrocarbons and 0.46 percent carbon monoxide, both well below the newly imposed EPA standards for all automakers of 132 parts per million and 0.73 percent, respectively. So how does Mr. Pelmear's design differ from other vehicles with electric drive components? Napoleon resident Douglas Pelmear, inventor of the Hp2g engine, which he reports travels the equivalent of 110 miles per gallon of gasoline, will speak at the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) annual convention in Las Vegas on Nov.3. It is expected that Pelmear will reveal the basic technologies behind the engine. The SEMA convention is the worlds largest exhibition for automobile manufacturers, component part manufacturers and every segment of the automotive industry. This is the second consecutive year that Pelmear has been invited by SEMA to exhibit the engine. Like he did in 2008, Pelmear will drive cross-country to Las Vegas and back to further test and prove the fuel economy and clean emissions of the HP2g. Pelmear talks about HP2g motor Pelmear is the inventor of the HP2g motor which he says will revolutionize how the world looks at automobiles. The motor is now in a 1987 Ford Mustang and produces 400 horsepower at 500 ft./lbs. of torque on E85 fuel. As reported in the Times Bulletin previously, despite this drag car-like performance, Pelmear has also documented the motor achieving 110 mpg on a trip to Las Vegas for SEMA show. For those who have been following his progress, he gave an update on the performance of the motor. While at an auto show in Washington D.C., Pelmear reported that the HP2g motor achieved 90 mpg. The difference in the mileage was explained by revealing that he and his crew drive the car to the auto shows. As such it was loaded down with multiple people, luggage, tools and their show equipment. Also, while at the show, the car was in an outdoor display area so it sat running at an idle for up to 12 hours so that visitors could hear it running. Conversely, Pelmear recently allowed NBC News and a car manufacturer to put it through its paces, though he declined to say which manufacturer. During that test, he loaded the car as if it was on a normal commute to work. At that time, the car reached just under 137 mpg. EPA emission tests also showed that the car is emitting about 1/3 of what the Obama Administration wants other autos to cut back to by 2016. Pelmear reported that he had received his U.S. patents but that he was still working on his international patent protection. He also pointed out that one of his other inventions was completely financing the Hp2g project, that he had not needed to take in outside investors at this time. Pelmear has also met with POET, one of the world's largest producers of ethanol, who also has a facility in Putnam County. During the question-and-answer segment, he was asked about his goal for the motor. Did he intend to perfect it so that he could sell the technology to a car producer like Ford or GM or even one of the oil companies? He laughed and shook his head. "If I was going where money talks, I'd already have been sold," said Pelmear. "I've been offered more money than you could ever believe." But that does not stop people from attempting to buy his invention. He said that he had been contacted again just on Monday by Chinese investors wanting to take the technology overseas. But Pelmear said his goals are much bigger than merely money. Fifth DistrictUS Congressman Bob Latta paid a visit to HP2g.com in Wauseon, where President Doug Pelmear gave a presentation of his revolutionary engine, which gets 110 miles per gallon on ethanol-based fuel. County officials are optimistic of bringing the firm to their area because of its ties to HP2G LLC, the Napoleon-based firm whose owner, Doug Pelmear, is developing an engine that reportedly gets the equivalent of 110 miles per gallon. Mr. Pelmear is in the process of securing his intellectual property rights and setting up a factory in Wauseon in which to build his engine. The Revenge Verde is to be the first production vehicle to feature Mr. Pelmear's engine, and Revenge Designs has agreed to be the exclusive after-market retailer of the HP2G engine. The board granted a $50,000 loan from the county's revolving loan fund to Horse Power Sales.net Inc., which is owned by Napoleon inventor and mechanic Doug Pelmear. NBC24 was the first to bring you the story of Doug Pelmear and his HP2g engine that gets more than 110 miles per gallon. On June 1st Pelmear started up production of his engine with just ten people on staff. But already, he says, the company has received more than 300 thousand engine orders from four companies. Inventor and entrepreneur Douglas Pelmear is taking giant leaps toward an HP2g engine powering a 100 mile per gallon (mpg) production car. Pelmear recently opened the new engine production facility for his company, Horse Power Sales.Net in Wauseon, before a crowd of nearly 400 automotive industry and media representatives. Since the announcement, Pelmear said he was contacted by five other car companies about the quantities in the range of 20,000 engines that would put him in year four of his five-year business plan for his company. I have letters of intent from several automakers and am currently in negotiations with them, Pelmear said. The Hp2g engine uses alternative energy powered by E-85 ethanol fuel with clean emissions technology. The engine also passed emission standards. We passed everything on the EPA, said Pelmear, referring to the HP2g engine being tested at the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency lab in Cleveland on May 29. The engine in Pelmears 1987 Ford Mustang passed all tests for fuel emissions, according to the Ohio E-Check vehicle inspection report issued. The car surpassed all EPA standards without catalytic convertor, Pelmear said. The inventor declined to discuss the engines technology with patents pending in the United States . The company is preparing to apply for international patents as well. I need to protect myself properly, said Pelmear, who is working with Susan Cornfield, an Collorafi and Pelmear have developed a plan that they say will revolutionize the automotive industry Revenge Designs and HP2g are making real-time advances in fuel-efficiency and offering the world a practical alternative-energy solution, according to them. Common ordinary people have good ideas, but it takes a lot of people to bring them to fruition, Pelmear said. Pelmear said he has done it all with his own funds without any bank or investors involved, and understands he will need capital investment to reach year four in year one. Pelmear is working with the Rocket Ventures staff at the Regional Growth Partnership (RGP) in Toledo on the development of his business. Rocket Ventures is designed to help entrepreneurs like Doug by providing them with the best experienced advice and management support we can, said Todd Davies, business development manager for advanced sciences at RGP. Im very unconventional, Pelmear said. Thinking outside the box is what it is all about. People accept unconventional now because conventional methods have not worked. In another development, Pelmear officially withdrew his team and the 1987 Mustang powered by the HP2g V8 engine from the Progressive Automotive X PRIZE competition on June 4. He said it was no longer in the companys best interests to compete in the cross- country race. After Team HP2g had been accepted as a letter of intent contender, X PRIZE reduced the prize amount for the mainstream class of the competition from $7.5million to $5 million. The race date was moved from the summer of 2009 to the summer of 2010, which no longer fit into Pelmears business plan. We as a nation need this now. I need to move into production, Pelmear said about dropping out of the X PRIZE competition. Steve Buehrer (left) was on hand Monday to congratulate Doug Pelmear (middle), president and CEO of Horsepowerales.net and HP2g, as well as Peter Collorafi (right), president and CEO of Revenge Designs. Pelmear and Collorafi have entered into a contract to house Pelmears HP2g engine in Revenges automobiles. (Photo by BRENNA GRITEMAN) Doug Pelmear, president and CEO of Horsepowersales.net, Inc. and HP2g, LLC, both of Napoleon, unveiled his first manufacturing facility at 115 W. Linfoot St. in Wauseon Monday. He plans to initially hire 25 individuals to build his V8 engines, which run exclusively on E85 fuel and achieve the equivalent of 110 miles per gallon, before possibly phasing in 25 additional workers about three months from now. Over the next three to five years, Pelmear expects expansions to result in the creation of as many as 2,000 support jobs. Pelmear earned regional fame last fall when he departed on a 4,000-mile round trip venture from Napoleon to the SEMA auto show in Las Vegas. He drove his HP2g vehicle, a 1987 Ford Mustang, and said he earned an average of 109.8 miles per gallon along the way. Pelmear gained greater fame at the Detroit Auto Show, where he signed a deal to house his engines Were happy to be in the joint venture with Doug Pelmear, said Revenge President and CEO Peter Collorafi. Hes got a car, I got an engine, Pelmear said of Collorafi. During Mondays celebration, Wauseon Mayor Jerry Dehnbostel thanked Pelmear for showing faith in the Wauseon community, adding, Now its up to us to prove to him that Wauseon is the right place to be. Pelmear noted although he has currently settled in Wauseon, he will be hiring from all surrounding counties and will also need to open a parts division. This is just a start, he said of the Fulton County site. This is about people. Its not just about one person becoming rich, Pelmear continued. It


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