Quantron US
Quantron and FusionOne representatives at CES, from left to right: Martin Lischka (director marketing, brand and strategy, Quantron AG), Richard Ansell (VP marketing/PR, Quantron US), Christos Zorbas (analyst, FusionOne), Andreas Haller (CEO and founder, Quantron AG), Damaris Meyer (CFO, Quantron US), Matthew Emory (EVP of South East Region USA, FusionOne), John Zorbas (chairman of the board of directors, FusionOne).
Quantron and FusionOne representatives at CES, from left to right: Martin Lischka (director marketing, brand and strategy, Quantron AG), Richard Ansell (VP marketing/PR, Quantron US), Christos Zorbas (analyst, FusionOne), Andreas Haller (CEO and founder, Quantron AG), Damaris Meyer (CFO, Quantron US), Matthew Emory (EVP of South East Region USA, FusionOne), John Zorbas (chairman of the board of directors, FusionOne).
Quantron and FusionOne representatives at CES, from left to right: Martin Lischka (director marketing, brand and strategy, Quantron AG), Richard Ansell (VP marketing/PR, Quantron US), Christos Zorbas (analyst, FusionOne), Andreas Haller (CEO and founder, Quantron AG), Damaris Meyer (CFO, Quantron US), Matthew Emory (EVP of South East Region USA, FusionOne), John Zorbas (chairman of the board of directors, FusionOne).
Quantron and FusionOne representatives at CES, from left to right: Martin Lischka (director marketing, brand and strategy, Quantron AG), Richard Ansell (VP marketing/PR, Quantron US), Christos Zorbas (analyst, FusionOne), Andreas Haller (CEO and founder, Quantron AG), Damaris Meyer (CFO, Quantron US), Matthew Emory (EVP of South East Region USA, FusionOne), John Zorbas (chairman of the board of directors, FusionOne).
Quantron and FusionOne representatives at CES, from left to right: Martin Lischka (director marketing, brand and strategy, Quantron AG), Richard Ansell (VP marketing/PR, Quantron US), Christos Zorbas (analyst, FusionOne), Andreas Haller (CEO and founder, Quantron AG), Damaris Meyer (CFO, Quantron US), Matthew Emory (EVP of South East Region USA, FusionOne), John Zorbas (chairman of the board of directors, FusionOne).

Quantron, FusionOne to advance green hydrogen fuel

Jan. 16, 2024
New agreement aims to drive U.S. ‘hydrogen revolution’ with electric vehicles fueled by zero-emission hydrogen fuel derived from plastic waste

Quantron US, a subsidiary of German cleantech company Quantron AG, is working to drive the “hydrogen revolution” in the U.S. with its fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and “Quantron-as-a-Service” (QaaS), a per-mile platform that provides fleet owners with trucks, fuel, and end-to-end fleet management.

A new agreement with FusionOne will help further this mission, reducing the amount of plastic waste that ends up in landfills, the companies say.

“It’s the ultimate environmental ‘Win/Win,’” Andreas Haller, Quantron CEO and founder, said in a news release. “Quantron has a portfolio of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and a network of QaaS strategic partners. Working with FusionOne will add a critical ‘multiplier’ to the goal of improving our environment. The goal of the collaboration is to establish a platform and network for the refueling of fuel cell electric vehicles with a focus on trucks. We plan to support each other to enhance the recognition of hydrogen as a preferred solution for commercial transportation and to drive adoption rates.

“FusionOne and Quantron will work collaboratively to promote the additional benefits of ‘H2 from recycled plastics’ as a superior green energy transportation solution.”

The company made “exciting strides” last year, according to Damaris Meyer, Quantron CFO.

“We have a number of new partnerships and a growing list of U.S., Canadian, and South American fleet customers interested in our zero-emission solutions. Quantron trucks, delivered on our QaaS platform, will bring a new level of sustainable transportation and efficiency. The annual market in the Class 8 segment alone is 300,000 vehicles, which will need to be decarbonized in the future. And we are at the forefront of this movement.”

FusionOne’s proprietary HydroPlas technology will play a key role in the venture with Quantron, processing waste plastic streams into “zero-emission hydrogen fuel and targeting “feedstock-rich, fuel-hungry warehouses, distribution centers, and ports,” said John Zorbas, FusionOne chairman of the board.

“This initiative is more than an advancement in clean energy—it’s a unifying mission that brings together the pioneering technology of FusionOne with the robust hydrogen fuel cell vehicle portfolio of QUANTRON,” he said.

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