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Protos plastic to hydrogen site progresses

Protos plastic to hydrogen site progresses

Powerhouse Energy Group yesterday (17th Dec) said that Peel L&P Environmental has started the initial ground works at its first commercial DMG® plant at Protos, that will produce hydrogen from waste plastics.

Making the announcement, the company said Peel has embarked on phase two of infrastructure works at Protos which includes the preparation of access roads and laydown areas for the works and utility service installation on Protos Plot 10b where the DMG® plant will be installed.

To facilitate expansion of the DMG® technology, Powerhouse has developed a design for a solution that can export larger volumes of hydrogen, broadening the scope for Peel to engage with smaller fleet consumers of hydrogen who require supply to their own- or third-party off-site locations.

In order for this to happen, Peel has been progressing two sites through pre-planning engineering, to incorporate these new DMG technology improvements. Consultation with the local council authorities is expected to be initiated shortly.

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