MyFC shuts down JAQ Hybrid powerbank line, focuses on fuel cells for smartphone and vehicle makers

Tuesday 11 June 2019 | 10:39 CET | News
Swedish company myFC will cease developing its own consumer products such as its JAQ Hybrid powerbank, following the strategic review commissioned in May. It will focus on selling its technology and expertise to companies planning to add hydrogen drive to their products. The main market segments will remain the smartphone and automotive industries, based on myFC's Lamina fuel cell modules, fuel, and control processes.

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Companies: myFC
Countries: Sweden
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