Swedish fuel cell company myFC is present at the world’s largest consumer technology show, CES. The company will showcase the world’s smallest fuel cell charger, JAQ Hybrid, as well as its development of a range extender for electric cars.

“Precisely a year ago, at CES 2017, we launched the world’s smallest fuel cell, LAMINA. Now we’re back with our first product on the LAMINA platform, JAQ Hybrid. The LAMINA cell is of course also at the heart of the range extender for electric cars we’re now developing,” says Björn Westerholm, CEO of myFC.

JAQ Hybrid is the world’s smallest fuel cell charger, able to both produce and store energy thanks to the coexistence of battery and fuel cell. It can be charged using myFC’s patented, green fuel, based on salt and water, as well as through a regular power outlet. Its promise is infinite power in your pocket, ending the experience of depleted smartphone batteries.

LAMINA Rex is a range extender for electric cars, currently under development by myFC. Built on the same LAMINA cell as the JAQ Hybrid, it may as much as double the range of a medium-sized electric car. MyFC aims to have a prototype of LAMINA Rex ready during 2018.

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