myFC showcases a fuel cell range extender at CES

 

At CES, in Las Vegas, the swedish company has showcased the LAMINA REX, a fuel cell powered range extender for the automotive market. myFC believes that this solution can solve the limitations of today’s battery technology and to support the electrification of the global car fleet, reducing CO2 emissions globally.

At CES, myFC shows a demo of a car component with integrated fuel cells and two convenient ways to charge the car batteries. This demonstration proves how the company’s fuel cell technology can be integrated in small spaces to reduce battery weight and extend driving range with zero tail pipe emissions. ”

myFC’s solution, a fuel cell-based range extender, cleverly addresses these challenges promising lowered OEM cost, longer driving ranges, and integration flexibility – obviously still with zero tailpipe emissions,” says Pouya H. Moud, Head of Development for LAMINA REX.

By |2019-01-13T12:18:06+00:00January 11th, 2019|Automotive|Comments Off on myFC showcases a fuel cell range extender at CES

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