Quantron and German green hydrogen producer Hygenox have announced a brand-new cooperation agreement in the name of hydrogen. In fact, Quantron intends to supply Hygenox with up to eight fuel cell vehicles and thus enable sustainable logistics for its 100 MW hydrogen project in Rüsselsheim am Main, Germany.

Hygenox works with the aim of supporting industrial customers in their transition away from fossil fuels and promoting the switch to sustainable fuels. By establishing a distributed network of green hydrogen production plants, Hygenox offers its customers a reliable supply of environmentally friendly hydrogen both on-site and via service contracts. The Munich-based company is also planning and implementing the conversion of industrial processes to green hydrogen.

Quantron for the green hydrogen ecosystem in Germany

The vehicles involved in the newly-announced agreement QUANTRON QHM FCEV and QUANTRON QLI FCEV models. According to the plans, the trucks are expected to be delivered in the period 2025/2026. : “Our business relies on supplying large industrial clients with green hydrogen under our ‘Fuels-as-a-Service’ (FaaS) structure. QUANTRON’s hydrogen fuel cell trucks provide us with the ability to reduce our CO2 footprint when delivering fuel to customers”, said Warwick Hill, Group CEO of Hygenox.

“Hygenox and QUANTRON’s joint commitment to environmentally friendly technologies and sustainable mobility reflects our belief that by pooling expertise and resources, we can advance the vision of zero-emission energy generation and use. We look forward to bringing innovative solutions for sustainable mobility to the road together”, added Andreas Haller, CEO and founder of Quantron.


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