New innovation centre to optimise Powerhouse’s hydrogen production technology

Powerhouse Energy has today (May 24) confirmed plans to develop a Global Technology and Innovation Centre (GTIC) that could provide a basis to explore hydrogen technologies.

It is hoped that the GTIC will be opened in early 2023 with the facility set to explore hydrogen production from non-recyclable waste plastic – a technology already making shockwaves throughout Europe.

H2 View understands the GTIC is designed to add strength to building the technology readiness level (TRL) of technologies and systems PHE has within its offering reinforcing the company’s growth strategy.

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