Hydrogen Production – Volker Wissing and Hildegard Müller visit clean tech pioneer QUANTRON at the CES in Las Vegas




Hydrogen Production – Volker Wissing and Hildegard Müller visit clean tech pioneer QUANTRON at the CES in Las Vegas.


Quantron AG, specialist in sustainable passenger and freight transportation, is the only mobility company representing Germany’s innovative strength as a business location alongside other tech companies at the German pavilion at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Two high-profile guests – German Federal Minister for Digital and Transport, Dr. Volker Wissing, and the President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), Hildegard Müller – were among the first visitors to the QUANTRON stand.


The CES in Las Vegas is the world’s largest technology trade fair for innovations. Alongside tech giants such as Google, Schäffler, Qualcomm and Continental, Quantron AG also took part with its subsidiary Quantron US. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed with FusionOne in the presence of Dr. Volker Wissing and Hildegard Müller. The technology company FusionOne focuses on pioneering solutions for hydrogen production from plastic waste.


FusionOne joins the Clean Transportation Alliance network founded by QUANTRON, which brings together companies and experts with the aim of decarbonizing road transport. This network of partners is the basis for the innovative Quantron-as-a-Service (QaaS) offering to enable customers to make the risk-free transition to zero-emission transportation solutions in a pay-per-use model.


Andreas Haller, CEO and founder of Quantron AG, commented:


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.”


Volker Wissing is convinced by Quantron AG’s approach:


Battery-electric mobility is not the only climate-friendly option. There is also hydrogen and fuel cell technology or renewable fuels like e-fuels.


“As an innovative mobility and tech company from Germany, QUANTRON contributes to securing the decarbonization of road transport by providing H2 vehicles, H2 infrastructure and digital solutions. There is great potential for hydrogen-based mobility both in the EU and the US, which can help us meet our climate change targets.“


Both Volker Wissing and Hildegard Müller made personal visits to Quantron AG’s headquarters last year to see the zero-emission mobility solutions for themselves. Wissing emphasized QUANTRON’s willingness to innovate and its open-technology approach, which includes both battery and hydrogen-electric drives. He highlighted the company as an outstanding example of the strength of Germany as a business location. At the CES, he accepted the Innovation Champion Award, which recognizes Germany as one of the international “innovation champions”. The award is presented by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the organizer of the CES.



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