Stockholm - 500 units of fuel cell charger JAQ Hybrid and the associated powercards have now been shipped to Lightec in Japan. Lightec will be the first to offer JAQ Hybrid on the Japanese market.
The order, announced in June, is part of a non-exclusive distribution agreement concluded between myFC and Lightec. The order value does not exceed half a million kronor.
"The delivery has gone according to plan, and we are looking forward to supporting Lightec as they launch JAQ Hybrid on the Japanese market," says Torbjörn Möller, Chief Operations Officer at MyFC.
Lightec has a nationwide distribution network in Japan, delivering smartphone accessories to retail chains such as 7-Eleven and Lawson, as well as to mobile operators' stores, including KDDI and Softbank. They are also active in e-commerce. Lightec intends to launch JAQ Hybrid in Japan in October.
JAQ Hybrid is a power bank for smartphones and tablets where myFC fuel cell LAMINA is integrated. The JAQ Hybrid can therefore be charged either using myFC's patented green fuel, or through the wall outlet.
MyFC is a Swedish innovation company and market leader in micro fuel cells, which develops green energy solutions and markets the underlying components and advantages of its patented technologies to the smartphone world, power bank manufacturers and manufacturers (OEM) in the automotive industry. In 2017, myFC launched its JAQ Hybrid platform, which co-locates fuel cell and battery. JAQ Hybrid is the company's third hydrogen-powered product following JAQ and PowerTrekk. It runs on the company's patented fuel consisting of salt, water and reactants. MyFC was founded in 2005 and is part of the group myFC Holding AB. MyFC Holding was listed on NASDAQ First North in May 2014. Its head office is located in Stockholm and the company's Certified Advisor is Avanza Bank. For more information, visit www.myfcpower.com