Polar Power to Participate at the Benchmark Company Micro Cap Discovery One-on-One Conference on December 14, 2017

GARDENA, CA–(Marketwired – December 07, 2017) – Polar Power, Inc. (NASDAQ: POLA), a global provider of prime, backup and solar hybrid DC power solutions, has been invited to participate at the Benchmark Company Micro Cap Discovery One-on-One Conference being held on Thursday, December 14, 2017 at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago.

Polar Power CFO Luis Zavala will hold one-on-one and small group meetings with institutional investors throughout the day. To schedule a meeting, please contact your Benchmark Company representative. You may also email your meeting request to [email protected] or call Chris Tyson at (949) 491-8235.

About The Benchmark Company
Headquartered in New York with 11 offices coast to coast, The Benchmark Company is an institutional brokerage firm that provides research, sales, trading and investment banking services to public companies and their investors. For more information, please click here.

About Polar Power, Inc.
Gardena, California-based Polar Power, Inc. (NASDAQ: POLA), designs, manufactures and sells direct current, or DC, power systems, lithium battery powered hybrid solar systems for applications in the telecommunications market and, in other markets, including military, electric vehicle charging, cogeneration, distributed power and uninterruptable power supply. Within the telecommunications market, Polar's systems provide reliable and low-cost energy for applications for off-grid and bad-grid applications with critical power needs that cannot be without power in the event of utility grid failure. For more information, please visit www.polarpower.com.

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