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Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc. Subsidiary, Green World Water(TM), Invited to Algeria With U.S.-Algeria Business Council


BOISE, Idaho, May 17, 2011  -- Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc. announced today that AEHI subsidiary Green World Water(TM) has been invited as one of just 30 companies to travel to Algeria to discuss potential partnerships with high-ranking government officials and international industrialists in Algiers and Oran.

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AEHI Provides Financial Update and Key Business Successes


BOISE, Idaho, November 17, 2010: Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB:AEHI; today provided a business update in conjunction with the filing of the company's quarterly 10-Q report.


  • Payette County Planning and Zoning Commissioners are moving forward on a rezone application filed by AEHI. Commissioners will hold an initial hearing on December 2nd, 2010; this after County Commissioners earlier unanimously approving a change to the county's comprehensive plan, which favored AEHI's proposal to build a nuclear power plant
  • AEHI secured a $150M funding facility with Roswell Capital Partners, a firm that since 1994 has provided in excess of $1B for 155 small-cap public and private companies, which can be used to pay for the land, water rights and NRC application fee in preparation for building a proposed nuclear power plant in Payette County, Idaho
  • AEHI received endorsements from every mayor in Payette County, plus the Payette Chamber of Commerce and the Fruitland Chamber of Commerce regarding the proposed nuclear power plant in Payette County, Idaho
  • AEHI opened a Green World Water(TM) office in West Africa, to assist in the distribution of information and marketing of nuclear desalination systems


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Alternate Energy Holdings Will Likely Benefit from November Elections, Global Energy and Water Crisis, says


BOISE, Idaho, October 25, 2010 - Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: AEHI) (, which develops and markets innovative clean energy sources, is "positioned to be a successful emerging growth company because after the November elections, the next U.S. Congress, newly-elected 

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AEHI CEO Says Global Water Crisis Will Cause Growth In Market For Nuclear Desalination Plants


BOISE, Idaho, October 18, 2010 - If you thought the world's biggest woes will come from financial crises or potential shortages of oil and energy, think again. The looming crisis is a scarcity of water. The World Water Forum predicts that within 20 years, half the world's population will be affected by water shortages, "with millions dying and increasing conflicts over dwindling

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Alternate Energy Holdings to Market Nuclear Desalination Reactors in West Africa

BOISE, Idaho, October 11, 2010 -- Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB:AEHI; today announced that its Green World Water(TM) ( subsidiary has opened an office in Lagos, Nigeria to market nuclear-powered desalination reactors throughout West Africa. Green World Water's product supplier is China National Nuclear Corporation, the largest state owned

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AEHI Offers Nuclear Desalination Systems to Pakistani Flood Victims


AEHI Contacted by Pakistan Embassy


BOISE, Idaho, Sept. 28, 2010  -- Don Gillispie, CEO of Idaho-based Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:AEHI) (, has offered his company's commercial nuclear desalination systems to help Pakistan's flood victims at cost. In a letter to Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani, Gillispie stated.

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India's Water Crisis Sparks Demand for AEHI's Nuclear Desalination Systems


World Bank Report Says India Water Supply in Danger by 2020

BOISE, Idaho, Sept. 14, 2010  -- Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc.'s (OTCQB:AEHI) ( proposed nuclear desalination reactor systems have generated significant interest in India. According to recently published reports by the World Bank, India's demand for water will exceed its sources of supply by 2020. Indian companies are now looking into nuclear desalination reactors as one solution to that nation's water crisis.

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