Plastic waste to hydrogen site progresses

PowerHouse Energy Group plc., a UK-based technology company pioneering hydrogen production from waste plastic, has progressed towards the first commercial operations of DMG® Technology at Protos in the UK.

Peel L&P Environmental have reviewed the engineering work and have committed to the next stage of development and engineering the Protos Energy Park. Peel will now fund the next stage of development of the FMG® plant at Protos up to a financial close.

Plastic to hydrogen site planned for Ellesmere Port

With preliminary engineering for the site having been completed, the design now means DMG® facilities at Protos have the capacity to process 35 tonnes per day of waste plastics to produce up to two tonnes of hydrogen per day from the site.

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