Progress made on plastic to hydrogen sites

The development of hydrogen production from waste plastics sites across the UK is set to accelerate following a supplemental collaboration agreement between PowerHouse Energy Group and Peel Environmental signed yesterday.

The collaboration will focus on the Protos Energy Park site as well as four further DMG® sites and allows Peel to act as the developer of the sites pending finalising the proposed acquisition of Waste2Tricity by PowerHouse.

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“We very much welcome Peel Environmental taking on the role of developer for the Protos site,” said David Ryan, CEO of PowerHouse Energy.

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