SOURCE: SpeechSwitch, Inc.

September 28, 2010 13:00 ET

SpeechSwitch, Inc. (USOTC: SSWC) Electric Vehicle Partner Sought

FLEMINGTON, NJ--(Marketwire - September 28, 2010) -  Ken Glynn, President of SpeechSwitch, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SSWC), reported today that a patent application was completed and filed last week on another solar-related invention. This application, in which Glynn is the sole inventor, has been assigned to the Company. The invention has been developed to enable electric vehicles to recharge in the absence of an outlet designed for that purpose. The idea of electric vehicles with solar panels on its body is not new. However, Glynn pointed out that his invention involves multiple panels that telescope or swing out to substantially increase, by five to ten times, the amount of panel surface area for recharging when the vehicle is parked. The new system may be used for emergency recharges, as well as for enhancing or reducing the need for outlet recharging. The invention is also designed for boats and yachts for recharging the battery systems, especially when batteries go dead at sea. Ken further indicated that he has initiated discussions with major auto manufacturers worldwide to seek a partner for a developmental prototype. Auto manufacturers involved in electric vehicle development include GM, Nissan, BMW, SmartCar and others. 

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    Ken Glynn
    908 788 0077