The announcement will be made at the 2023 Move America Conference being held in Austin, Texas, today and tomorrow, where Quantron is a platinum sponsor.
The tie-up aims to makes hydrogen fuelling economical for fleets of heavy-duty electric vehicles as they take their first, incremental steps towards zero emissions.
Quantron, as part of its B-Round fundraising, is also meeting with a number of Tier 1 investors at Move America as it accelerates its global footprint with focus on North America.
CEO Rick Haas said, “As we are moving the mobility industry towards hydrogen, we often get the question: what comes first – the vehicles or the infrastructure? This partnership helps provide a solution that offers both.
“We’re offering a range-leading hydrogen-fueled truck along with a full 360° service offering for customers through our QaaS model. New Day Hydrogen will be a key piece of this offering with their ability to build on-site hydrogen electrolysers so that truck fleets will have the confidence and security of being able to supply and manage their own hydrogen needs.”
Buford Barr, New Day Hydrogen’s Chief Operating Officer, said together it will address the zero-emission vehicle and infrastructure needs of commercial fleets.
He said, “Hydrogen is a clear zero-emissions option, especially for fleets who have identified operational challenges with batteries and charging.”
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