Electric Moto Announces U.S. Government Approval Of Second Patent
CONGERS, NY--May 14, 2013: Electric Moto Corporation, Inc. (OTCMarkets/Pink Sheets: EMOT) announced today that it had received official notification from the U.S. Patent Office that a second application "has been examined and is allowed for issuance as a patent."
Brian Belton, Director of R&D for EMOT, explained that this is the second of the innovations that United States Alternative Energy, LLC. licensed exclusively to EMOT.
According to Belton, "The patent applications began almost three years ago. EMOT provided the capital for the technology, as well as for the various business services--- legal and accounting--- that were necessary." Belton went on to describe this patent as applicable to the configuration and type of batteries that would be used with electric motors, one of the most significant areas of innovation in the evolution of electric vehicles. "The power system covered by this patent will increase length of battery life, increase longevity between charges, and greatly enhance top end power. These are among the most important factors that separate one electric vehicle from all the others."
The prior patent was for a device that significantly increased the cooling capacity of the vehicles, which is additionally critical in enhancing the performance and longevity of electric motors and energy systems.
Robert J. Lancellotti, Chairman and Acting CEO of EMOT: "We are pleased to hear of the U.S. Patent Office's decision. We believe that the patents will help us to complete strategic affiliations with like-minded individuals and companies, and we fully expect to grow Electric Moto Corporation as a result."