myFC Showcases its Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology at MWC Shanghai

By June 26, 2019 2   min read  (295 words)

June 26, 2019 |

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myFC is showcasing how its innovative hydrogen fuel cell system can support companies which are looking to differentiate their battery-operated consumer products – whether they be cars or smartphones – at MWC Shanghai June 26-28.

Swedish fuel cell company myFC is a leading provider of hydrogen-powered micro fuel cells. The company is present at MWC Shanghai 2019 to show manufacturers of portable electronics and battery cars how its hydrogen fuel cell solution can provide extended range and reduced climate impact. Hydrogen gas is the only form of energy that does not produce carbon dioxide during combustion.

“We can reduce carbon footprint and improve customer experience for companies who are looking for a sustainable and innovative complement to batteries. Our technology solution is relevant for any manufacturer of battery-operated products that is interested in adding hydrogen and fuel cells to the equation. MWC Shanghai is a great place for us to meet manufacturers in both the mobile and the electric automotive industries,” says Sebastian Weber, Chief Technology Integration Officer of myFC.

myFC’s ability to co-locate battery and fuel cell as a hybrid solution allows consumer brands to differentiate their products in a sustainable, user friendly way. The company’s technology solution comprises its thin and modular fuel cell, a fully developed control system that can optimize battery charging, lifetime and autonomy, as well as AI capabilities that optimize charging according to user patterns.

About myFC
Swedish innovation company myFC offers thin, scalable fuel cells that are easy to dimension and adapt to any electric application. myFC develops hybrid technology solutions combining batteries and hydrogen-based micro fuel cells for extended usage and reduced carbon footprint. The company was founded in 2005 and was listed on NASDAQ | First North in 2014. Its headquarters are in Stockholm. For more information, visit


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