SFC ENERGY EXPANDS EFOY COMFORT FUEL CELL DISTRIBUTION NETWORK FOR BOATS IN CANADA

EFOY Fuel Cell

EFOY COMFORT fuel cells now available at Western Marine and its appointed dealers. First presentation of EFOY COMFORT fuel cells for the Canadian marine market to the public at the Toronto International Boat Show starting on January 11th 2014.

SFC Energy AG, technology and market leader for portable, mobile, and off-grid power generation and distribution, has further expanded the international EFOY marine dealer network. Western Marine Company is the new Canadian distributor for EFOY COMFORT fuel cells. Western Marine Company is a distributor of marine parts and accessories serving wholesale customers throughout Canada. Their extensive inventory includes over 35,000 items from more than 350 manufacturers around the world, which are supplied to customers in both the commercial and recreational marine sectors.

 “We have included the EFOY COMFORT fuel cells in our product range as it completes our portfolio. We see great opportunities for the comfortable, quiet and environmentally friendly power supply within the Canadian marine sector,” says Gary Sutherland, Director of Marketing, Western Marine Company.

“We are confident Western Marine is the right distribution partner for our EFOY COMFORT fuel cells in Canada that will give our product the right access to the Canadian marine market,” says Dr. Peter Podesser, CEO of SFC Energy AG. “Our quiet, off-grid and clean energy solution increases comfort and safety for marine customers.”

Western Marine Company will exhibit EFOY COMFORT fuel cells during Toronto International Boat Show starting on January 11th 2014. You can find more information and Western Marine’s appointed dealers at www.efoy-comfort.com, and www.westernmarine.com

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