Quantron has expanded the Clean Transportation Alliance with the entrance of Bavarian tech company blueFLUX Energy. blueFLUX Energy AG converts decentralized organic residues into sustainable energy sources such as green hydrogen. The company’s innovative technology efficiently processes organic residues from agriculture, municipalities and industry, which also solves the associated disposal problem of these material flows. Thanks to its modular design, production is decentralized in order to generate energy for the region from locally available materials such as municipal sewage sludge, organic waste, digestate, manure, slurry, tree and green cuttings.

The Clean Transportation Alliance (CTA) was created by QUANTRON to enable the innovative Quantron-as-a-Service model, where the customer receives everything from a single source – green energy, the necessary infrastructure, as well as zero-emission vehicles and insurance solutions. companies such as the leading manufacturer of fuel cells Ballard Power Systems, Neuman & Esser as a specialist for compressor technology and technical gases and other waste-to-hydrogen companies such as BtX Energy, Plagazi and Uniwastec are members of the Clean Transportation Alliance.

The Clean Transportation Alliance for the future of hydrogen mobility

Quantron AG plans to purchase hydrogen produced by blueFLUX Energy and integrate it into its Quantron-as-a-Service ecosystem. QUANTRON is pursuing the development of a decentralized hydrogen infrastructure for the operation of emission-free commercial vehicles by its customers. A blueFLUX Energy system can supply the hydrogen for a geographically nearby hydrogen refueling station and thus ensure supply in regions with no prospect of connection to the future pipeline system.

“The partnership with blueFLUX Energy is an example of our approach to accelerate the ramp-up of the hydrogen economy by providing locally produced, green hydrogen in close proximity to our customers”, said Andreas Haller, CEO and founder of Quantron AG. “The fact that the problem of disposal is being addressed at the same time as the production of hydrogen shows the innovative strength of Bavaria and Germany as locations”.

“QUANTRON’s approach combines well with blueFLUX Energy AG’s decentralized approach to building an H2 infrastructure. We are all the more pleased to be able to contribute to the solution with blueFLUX technology. The mobility sector in particular will become increasingly important in the coming years due to the issue of quota revenues. blueFLUX is an expert in the materials that generate particularly exciting quota revenues for the introduction of sustainably produced hydrogen into mobility. In combination with low production costs and the decentralized approach, this results in exciting business models for operators”, added Ulrich Mach of blueFLUX Energy AG.

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