New myFC patent approved in Sweden
New myFC patent approved in Sweden
author Added by FuelCellsWorks, October 06, 2017

Swedish fuel cell company myFC has further extended its patent portfolio.

A patent relating to the company's unique fuel has been approved by the Swedish Patent and Registration Office.

The patent covers the design which secures a low dangerous goods rating for myFC’s patented fuel. This design separates the inactive fuel components until it is time for hydrogen to be generated in a controlled manner.

This design determines at which level myFC’s fuel cards can be certified, classified and transported. MyFC’s fuel is used in the JAQ Hybrid fuel cell charger.

"We are at the absolute forefront of technology development, and each approved patent is protection for our continued innovation, "says Björn Westerholm, CEO of myFC

About myFC MyFC, a Swedish innovation company and market leader in micro fuel cells, develops green energy solutions. Its JAQ Hybrid platform, which co-locates fuel cell and battery to charge smartphones and tablets, was launched in 2017. 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