- The magazine’s readers vote the environmentally friendly, silent power source in 3rd place in the power generator category.
- EFOY fuel cells are successful in all the company’s international core markets.
Brunnthal/Munich, Germany–SFC Energy (F3C:DE, ISIN: DE0007568578), a leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, has again won an important award.
In 2020, the readers of “promobil”, Europe’s biggest motor home magazine, again voted the EFOY fuel cell on third place in the power generator category. Every year, the promobil reader survey honors the most popular motor home and accessory brands on the basis of a survey performed among the magazine’s readers. The survey results directly reflect the winning brands’ market acceptance.
For over fifteen years, SFC Energy’s fuel cell has been successful as reliable clean power source to leisure applications like motor homes, holiday and mountain cabins, and sailboats.
SFC has sold more than 40,000 fuel cells for provide clean off-grid power to electric and electronic devices in industry, security & defense, and consumer applications. They are weather independent, reliable, and maintenance-free. In motor homes and boats, the EFOY fuel cell recharges on-board batteries fully automatically, 24/7, without requiring user intervention.
“We are proud of the continued customer satisfaction reflected in many years of top 3 placements of our EFOY fuel cell in this important reader survey”, says Björn Ledergerber, Vice President of SFC Energy. “The high reliability and user comfort of our products, together with their environmental friendliness, are the crucial factors for their continued success in all our international core markets.”
SFC Energy presents the EOY COMFORT fuel cell at CMT Stuttgart from January 11 to 19, at booth 7E62 in hall 7.
Additional information on SFC Energy’s off-grid power portfolio for clean energy & mobility, defense & security, oil & gas and industry at sfc.com.
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