New waste-to-hydrogen technology set to be commercialised
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New waste-to-hydrogen technology set to be commercialised

FusionOne is set to commercialise its HydroPlas Reactor which claims to be the first integrated technology thermal solution to create “white” hydrogen from primarily plastic waste.

The Canadian company successfully built a pilot plant in Michigan, US, which has been both internally and externally validated on a number of carbon-based waste feedstocks, with a specific focus on plastic polymers.

However, as a new company, FusionOne does not have a history of operating the proposed plant on a commercial scale, and therefore has a limited history upon which the efficiency of its technology may be assessed at such scale.

This is set to be addressed following an investment from Clean Power Capital of $500,000, which amounts to a 5% stake in the Canadian company, and will support the commercialisation efforts of FusionOne.

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