Jadoo Awarded Military Development Contract by US Special Operations Command

Sep 28, 2004, 01:00 ET from Jadoo Power Systems, Inc.

    FOLSOM, Calif., Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Jadoo Power Systems, Inc (Jadoo),
 a leading provider of portable power products, was awarded a contract to
 develop power systems for the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM). The
 program's goal is to reduce the weight of energy storage carried in the field
 by the Special Forces.
     Evaluation of Jadoo's SuREII power systems purchased earlier by SOCOM
 produced positive results, leading to the current contract. "This award is
 proof of our capability to provide power systems for portable and remote
 applications that provide superior runtimes in small packages," said Larry
 Bawden, President and CEO of Jadoo. "We are one of the first companies to
 provide commercial fuel cell products and this contract demonstrates SOCOM's
 confidence in Jadoo to offer power packaged for military applications."
     Jadoo is currently selling commercial power products to surveillance and
 law enforcement agencies as well as television stations and professional video
 providers. This contract allows Jadoo to expand its current product lines to
 address the power needs of the military "Special Forces" marketplace.
 Jadoo's products provide extended runtime at a reduced weight. The power
 systems are rapidly deployable, while offering reliable power and quiet
     About Jadoo Power Systems:
     Jadoo Power Systems, Inc. is a market-focused company that develops and
 sells next-generation, portable energy storage and power generation products.
 Jadoo's investors include Sinclair Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of
 Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. as well as other individuals.
      Media Contact
      Barbara Van Fleet
      Jadoo Power Systems
      105 Lake Forest Way, Suite B
      Folsom, CA 95630

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