Jadoo Power Presents SuREII Fuel Cell System

February 06, 2003 by Jeff Shepard

Jadoo Power Systems (Folsom, CA) recently demonstrated its SuREII covert surveillance power system, based on proprietary fuel cell systems technology, and the NABII unit for professional video cameras at an address at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC, which focused on gathering leaders in fuel cell innovation to highlight existing fuel cell technology and present innovations to President George W. Bush for his review.

Jadoo was selected as one of only 22 companies to participate in the White House event arranged by the Department of Energy. The event, with exhibitors from leading fuel cell companies and major auto manufacturers, was organized in response to President Bush's hydrogen economy initiative presented in last week's State of the Union speech.

"Our fuel cell power systems provide up to six times the runtime of existing battery technology," stated Larry Bawden, president and CEO of Jadoo Power. "Most importantly, these power systems are available today. Industry response has been tremendous. We are pleased to be selected alongside companies like Daimler-Chrysler, Motorola and Chevron-Texaco as a leader in moving the US toward a hydrogen economy."