SOURCE: SpeechSwitch, Inc.

October 14, 2010 13:00 ET

SpeechSwitch, Inc. (USOTC: SSWC) New Alternative Energy Patent Issues

FLEMINGTON, NJ--(Marketwire - October 14, 2010) -  Ken Glynn, President of SpeechSwitch, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SSWC), reported today that another patent has issued in his name relating to creative alternative energy solutions. Specifically, United States Patent No. 7,808,121 B1 issued to Ken on October 5, 2010. The patent relates to vehicles with battery recharging needs, wherein micro wind turbines are exposed for recharging only when the vehicle is decelerating or is at rest (to create a net energy gain and to enhance braking during deceleration). The turbines are concealed when the vehicle is accelerating or at steady speed (to avoid a net energy loss). This invention was originally assigned to and owned by Kenergy Development Corp. and is now assigned into the SpeechSwitch patent portfolio. Opportunities for development include federal and state departments and agencies, as well as bus and other transportation vehicle manufacturers.

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    Ken Glynn
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