The European Patent Office has granted myFC another key patent application. The patent includes the unique construction which is key to myFC's thin and highly efficient PEM fuel cell Lamina™ Thin Film, the backbone of the company's hybrid platform.
The patent covers vital parts of myFC’s fuel cell construction, specifically variants for embedding cells in the chassis-bearing structure which allows for the thin, flexible and flexible design of the fuel cell. This design is the very foundation of the unique fuel cell technology which myFC uses in its JAQ product family.
"As an innovation company on an increasingly hot market globally, a continuously successful IP strategy is essential. This patent plays a major role in protecting Lamina™, which is crucial for the development of JAQ Hybrid and, eventually, the integration of fuel cells and fuel architecture in smartphones and tablets," says Björn Westerholm, CEO of myFC.
The approved European patent application strengthens the IP protection developed by myFC, and extends its existing patent portfolio of 50 granted patents and 28 pending patent applications.
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