Quantron AG releases a new whitepaper highlighting the role of waste-to-hydrogen technologies in decentralizing and localizing hydrogen production. The whitepaper is titled “Unlocking New Possibilities: Waste-to-Hydrogen as an Energy Source for Fuel Cell Vehicles” and can be freely downloaded here.

The paper sheds light on how the technology complements current efforts to grow the hydrogen economy, its economic and environmental benefits, and its role in building local ecosystems. Further, the whitepaper also puts a spotlight on six selected partners from QUANTRON’s Clear Transportation Alliance who developed waste-to-hydrogen technologies and establish corresponding plants.

Beyond the whitepaper: Quantron within the Clean Transportation Alliance

One such company is BtX Energy GmbH based in Hof, Bavaria. Among the early members of the Clean Transportation Alliance, BtX Energy recently achieved a significant milestone by becoming the first company in Europe to receive certification for hydrogen of biogenic origin that is eligible for GHG quota.

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“This certification underscores BtX Energy’s commitment to producing sustainable and environmentally friendly hydrogen. We are excited to partner with QUANTRON to deliver hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles like the QLI FCEV, the first such vehicle in the 7.5-ton segment, to customers in the region,” said BtX Managing Director Andy Gradel. Over the past few years, his team of experts has helped to shape the legal basis, set up the system technology, and successfully completed the REDcert-EU audit.

“We are thrilled to be working with companies in the Clean Transportation Alliance. Partners like BtX Energy advance the adoption of hydrogen as a sustainable energy source for mobility,” added Andreas Haller, CEO, and Founder of QUANTRON. “Through our partnership, we aim to create ecosystems that not only reduce carbon emissions but also promote the use of renewable energies in the transportation sector from sources which were mainly untapped before.”


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