Powerhouse reports great progress at its waste-to-hydrogen site in Poland; looks for future expansion opportunities

Powerhouse Energy’s DMG® technology, which converts waste plastic into syngas and/or hydrogen, will soon be running in Poland.

The news was confirmed recently by Tim Yeo, Powerhouse Energy’s Executive Chairman, who said the company is making good progress in the Central European country.

Yeo’s update follows Powerhouse’s non-binding Heads of Terms with Hydrogen Utopia International Limited (HUI). A deal which granted HUI an exclusive non-transferable licence for the application of the DMG® technology.

Read more: Powerhouse Energy and Hydrogen Utopia International sign agreement

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