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Power Air Partners with Schrader Bridgeport to Commercialize Indoor Generator

June 18, 2006 by Jeff Shepard

Power Air Corp. announced that it has entered into a Collaboration Agreement with Schrader Bridgeport International to commercialize a zero-emission, back-up power generator suitable for indoor and outdoor use and powered by Power Air's Zinc Air Fuel Cell (ZAFC) technology.

"With the signing of a major OEM Partner for the development and commercialization of an end-user generator product, Power Air has reached an important internal milestone," stated Remy Kozak, President and CEO of Power Air. "Schrader Bridgeport International is the ideal partner with high-volume, world class manufacturing and distribution capabilities."

Under the terms of the Agreement, Power Air Corp. and Schrader Bridgeport International will collaborate on the specifications, design, alpha and beta prototype build and test, field trial program, co-branding, and commercial launch of the Target Product, which is a cost-effective, refuelable backup generator that can operate indoors, safely, silently, efficiently, and emissions-free, with extended run capability.

"Schrader Bridgeport International's core competencies include full service engineering capabilities for prototyping and manufacturing, the ability to design and manufacture fully automated assembly and testing equipment, and the ability to manufacture high volume precision machined components with onsite testing and validation labs," added Field Jones, Business Development Manager of Schrader Bridgeport. "We also have QS 9000 and TS16949 quality systems certification."

Schrader Bridgeport International will act as the systems integrator, using Power Air's ZAFC as the power supply for the end-user back-up generator product.