Quantron adds Green Hydrogen Technology, UNIWASTEC and Plagazi to Clean Transportation Alliance

Quantron has added Green Hydrogen Technology (GHT), UNIWASTEC and Plagazi to the Clean Transportation Alliance.

The new partners are clean-tech enterprises specialising in waste-to-hydrogen technology that produce green hydrogen from a wide range of waste materials. The clean energy source will be used to decarbonise the transport and logistics sector for Quantron-as-a-Service (QaaS) customers throughout Europe.

All three new partners produce green hydrogen from various waste materials such as municipal and industrial waste (UNIWASTEC), sewage sludge and plastic waste (GHT) as well as non-recyclable materials (Plagazi).

UNIWASTEC produces green electricity through thermolytic conversion of municipal and industrial waste. This energy is fed into a patented process that uses sea or waste water to produce highly purified, climate-neutral hydrogen. The technology does not require precious drinking water and requires significantly less energy than conventional electrolysis processes.

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