Hygenox and Quantron have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to collaborate on green hydrogen projects in Europe.


Source: Quantron

Hygenox, in its commitment to supporting industrial clients in their shift away from fossil fuels, has developed a distributed network of green hydrogen production plants. Through this infrastructure, Hygenox ensures a reliable provision of environmentally friendly hydrogen, available both on-site and through service agreements. Additionally, the Munich-based company actively facilitates the adaptation of industrial processes to incorporate green hydrogen, further advancing sustainability initiatives.

In support of these efforts, Quantron plans to provide Hygenox with up to eight climate-friendly fuel cell vehicles, including the QUANTRON QHM FCEV and QUANTRON QLI FCEV models, between 2025 and 2026. These vehicles will play a pivotal role in Hygenox’s 100-megawatt hydrogen project at the Opel plant in Rüsselsheim am Main.

Warwick Hill, Group CEO of Hygenox, said, “Our business relies on supplying large industrial clients with green hydrogen under our “Fuels-as-a-Service” (FaaS) structure. Quantron’s hydrogen fuel cell trucks provide us with the ability to reduce our CO2 footprint when delivering fuel to customers.”

“Hygenox and Quantron’s joint commitment to environmentally friendly technologies and sustainable mobility reflects our belief that by pooling expertise and resources, we can advance the vision of zero-emission energy generation and use. We look forward to bringing innovative solutions for sustainable mobility to the road together,” said Andreas Haller, CEO and founder of Quantron.