The European Patent Office EPO intends to approve a new patent for myFC's JAQ system
The European Patent Office EPO intends to approve a completely new patent for myFC. The patent covers the company's proprietary system for fuel cell charger JAQ Hybrid.
The patent that EPO intends to approve describes how the JAQ system is structured: the constituent components/modules and how these are arranged to effectively passively generate hydrogen gas from water, salt and reaction components. The patent also describes at an overall level how the hydrogen gas is then converted into electricity in the company's highly efficient, thin and flat fuel cell.
“We are on the globally important market for green tech and new energy. Safeguarding our technology and our innovations with strong IP protection is an important part of our strategy,” says Michael Glantz, Chief Technology Officer for myFC.
The JAQ system is the platform on which JAQ Hybrid is built. JAQ Hybrid is the world's first power bank for smartphones where fuel cell and battery coexist.
MyFC's patent portfolio consists of more than 90 approved patents and pending patent applications.
This information is information that myFC is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out below, at 07:50 CET on 23 January 2019.