Austin, Texas (PRWEB) October 24, 2013
Stealth Power is a winner of the 2013 Defense Energy & Utility Technology Challenge. Energy Xtreme’s Stealth Power product is an intelligent mobile electric management system that meets the standards of the U.S. Department of Defense as an innovative energy solution that increases troop safety, lowers energy costs and reduces reliance on foreign energy supplies.
Stealth Power has proven to provide significant tactical and operational benefits such as Silent Watch capability while dramatically reducing fuel usage by eliminating idle time for operational platforms. The system is specifically designed for integration with U.S. military vehicles, providing clean output power for communication/command and control, surveillance, and weapons systems in HMMWVS, MRAPs, Strykers, Bradleys, Abraham Tanks as well as other tactical vehicles. Aptly named, it has low to no thermal or acoustic signature. In battlefield testing, it has proven to improve tactical and mission capabilities by allowing extended operation of equipment without fuel. Additionally, it provides an emergency jumpstart in the event of a disabled or damaged vehicle battery, increasing soldier safety.
“The addition of intelligent energy storage to military tactical vehicle fleets significantly reduces fuel consumption and sustainment costs while increasing survivability and providing an enhanced Silent Watch capability across the force,” remarked Lee Wheelbarger, Energy Xtreme Vice President of Product Development and Military Specialist.
Wheelbarger will present the Stealth Power intelligent energy solution at the Defense Energy Summit taking place in Austin Texas, November 11 to November 13. The Defense Energy Summit selects technologies and companies to be featured at a two day dedicated showcase where U.S. Military commanders and personnel; representing the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, U.S. Air Force, and other DoD representatives gather to identify and test the latest energy technologies.
Wheelbarger joins a distinguished group of panelists and keynote speakers at the Summit. Speakers include; Sharon Burke, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Operational Energy Plans and Programs US Department of Defense; Honorable Katherine Hammack, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment) US Army; Vice Admiral (Ret) Dennis McGinn, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment U.S. Navy; Michael T. McCaul, Congressman (TX-10) U.S. House of Representatives and Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security; Jonathan Powers, Federal Environmental Executive The White House; Christopher Smith, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary and Acting Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy US Department of Energy - For full list of keynote and key speakers, panelists http://defenseenergy.com/program/speakers.html.
Energy Xtreme, headquartered in Austin TX., is a mobile electric power company focused on developing intelligent power management systems with idle reduction capabilities. Named by Forbes as one of the most promising companies of 2012, we are dedicated to empowering fleet management and driving cost efficiency. Our award winning Independence Package® line of products provide unmatched mobile electric power for a vehicle's electrical needs, including lights, cameras, computers, power tools and hydraulic systems, without engaging the vehicle's engine. Our products have proven to help fleets significantly lower their fuel and maintenance costs while reducing emissions. Energy Xtreme's future-focused solutions are ideal for fleets in law enforcement, military, transportation, public works, telecom, utilities, oil and gas and work truck centric organizations. Additional information is available at http://www.energyxtreme.net . Follow us on Twitter@EnergyXtreme.