Today marks the start of the eighth annual AidEx conference. myFC attends for the first time. The company’s hybrid fuel cell charger JAQ Hybrid charges portable electronics also when the power is out or there is no access to a wall outlet.
AidEx was created to help the international aid and development community engage the private sector in a neutral setting, drive innovation and support the ever-growing need for emergency aid and development programs. The conference welcomes more than 2,500 people from UN Agencies, the EU, Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, local and international NGOs, government and the private sector.
“To maintain the ability to communicate when power is out is a new but crucial form of emergency preparation. In these times of being prepared for the unexpected, JAQ Hybrid is innovative, reliable and creates green electricity. We are very proud to show it to the aid and development professionals attending the event,” says Ville Lejon-Avrin, acting Sales Director, myFC.
JAQ Hybrid is the first and smallest portable fuel cell charger that charges devices without relying on a power jack or sunlight. JAQ Hybrid uses water, salt and safe reaction components, to provide clean, green electricity. The system is easy to use and always ready, providing connectivity assurance for the most unpredictable of moments.
myFC attends AidEx together with Business Sweden, the Swedish Trade and Invest Council.