MyFC granted new Canadian patent for fuel cell assembly
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) has approved another patent application for Swedish fuel cell company myFC.
The patent covers myFC's design and technology for fuel cell assembly. The ability to make the final assembly in one step, without compromising the cell membrane, allows for more cost efficient and effective production while maintaining the highest quality. Laser welding is used to permanently assemble the fuel cell
The patent has previously been granted in China, Europe, Japan, Mexico, Russia, the United States, and South Africa.
"As an innovation company, it is extremely important to have our breakthrough technology development of both fuel cell and fuel protected by patents. The approval of another international patent application is testament to our successful strategy for intellectual property rights,” says Björn Westerholm, CEO of myFC.
MyFC's global patent portfolio for both fuel cell and fuel now includes more than 80 patents and patent applications.
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