Solaris Power Cells Engineering to Release the Passive Electron Storage Array(TM)

PALM SPRINGS, Calif., April 23, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Solaris Power Cells, Inc. the creators of the Solaris SMART-CELL "Passive Electron Storage Array" ™, (the "Company") (OTCQB:SPCL) - Germany WKN: A1W9W5 completed a six-month study on the attributes, performance and feasibility of its Passive-Electron-Storage-Array™ (PESA™) Sun Cart™. Over this time period, Solaris Sun Carts™ were rigorously tested with multiple PESA™ array sizes, with and without solar panels, including proprietary circuitry and in three different scenarios. All testing was done by converting an EZ-GO RXV golf cart into a Solaris PESA Sun Cart. This included exchanging the existing Trojan batteries for a Solaris SMART-CELL™ power storage array and replacing the roof with a Solaris Solar Power roof.

Scenario 1: Solaris Sun Carts™ for daily utility and human transportation in the Palm Springs iHub business campus over extensive 6-8 month period. The Sun Carts™ cart was driven during every business day of operation. The Sun Carts™ is rated for a range of 2 miles and is able to charge from empty to full in the sun in about fifteen minutes. Over the past 6-8 months of daily use, the cart has not suffered any mechanical failure with performance speeds in excess of 20MPH.

Scenario 2: Solaris Sun Carts™ with a slightly larger PESA array for residential use. This Sun Cart™ was rated for six plus miles and could solar charge via the Sun from empty to full in a little less than an hour. Three to five times a week, this cart was run from full energy to empty in the neighborhoods surrounding the Palm Springs Airport. It also included the PAL Bi-Directional Electron Router. Results for the PAL Bi-Directional Electron Router are listed in the last paragraph.

Scenario 3: Sun Carts™ for use on a golf course. Testing for this setup included the playing of golf with the cart at multiple courses throughout the Palm Springs area. Predominate testing was done at Escena Country Club and Golf Course located in Palm Springs California and results showed the cart could handle 18 holes of golf at the rate of a typical foursome with enough energy to return to the clubhouse with plenty of power to spare. This cart could be charged by the sun in about 90 minutes and from a 120V outlet in about 15 minutes and it used the PAL Bi-Directional Electron Router.

PAL Bi-Directional Electron Router: Initial data analysis shows that the converted EZ-GO RXVs did not exhibit any loss in performance and that the Solaris PESA ™ Storage Solution will be easily scalable for multiple uses. With no solar panel, the PAL Bi-Directional Electron Router increased the range by an average of 71.0% and on an 80° plus Fahrenheit day in the spring, the PAL Bi-Directional Electron Router increased the range by an average of 59.6%. The PAL Bi-Directional Electron Router and proprietary circuitry included are all part of the total Solaris Power Cells patent-pending solution. The Solaris Passive-Electron-Storage-Array™ installed Sun Carts™ White Paper will be made available in PDF format at

About Solaris

Solaris Power Cells, Inc. (OTCQB:SPCL) is a diversified "green" energy storage manufacturer offering residential and commercial users turnkey, renewable energy storage solutions. Solaris manufactures the Solaris Power Cells™ for limited use electric vehicles such as golf cars. The Solaris Smart-Cell is a 100% lead-free, solid-state storage solution that makes renewable energy greener and better by allowing applications to utilize more of the energy generated. Solaris Power Cells provides a PCBA (printed circuit board assembly) energy storage solution. The Solaris Power Cell™ is capable of providing energy storage to applications normally reliant and equipped with highly toxic lead acid, nickel metal hydride or lithium-ion batteries.

Forward-Looking Statements

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CONTACT: For Further Information Solaris Power Cells, Inc. 1-760-600-5272 Tom Mahoney Green Arrow Consulting, Inc. Investor Relations 1-760-698-9632 tom@solarispowercells.comSource:Solaris Power Cells, Inc.