Quantron is participating at this year’s CES, the major trade fair currently taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada. There, the German zero-emission heavy-duty vehicle specialist signed a MoU with FusionOne to collaborate on clean energy solutions based on hydrogen and the reduction of plastic waste in the USA.

The document was signed in the presence of Dr. Volker Wissing, German Federal Minister for Digital and Transport, and Hildegard Müller, President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA). Indeed, FusionOne joins the Clean Transportation Alliance network founded by QUANTRON, which brings together companies and experts with the aim of decarbonizing road transport.

Andreas Haller, Quantron CEO, from CES Las Vegas

“It’s the ultimate environmental ‘Win/Win’. 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 (‘FCEV’) 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”, stated Andreas Haller, founder of Quantron AG and newly-appointed CEO, replacing Michael Perschke at the beginning of this year.

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