Turning plastic waste into hydrogen

The University of Chester has teamed up with PowerHouse Energy to deploy a jointly developed technology that turns plastic waste into low-cost hydrogen and electricity.

The Distributed Modular Gasification (DMG®) system offers a long-term sustainable treatment for post-consumer waste at a reduced cost of current solutions, while being a reliable source of road fuel quality hydrogen.

Waste2Tricity (W2T) is the exclusive developer in the UK and South East Asia for the PowerHouse PLC DMG system for plastic waste to hydrogen and electricity.

“We are extremely excited to be hosting the prototype demonstrator here at the University of Chester,” said Professor Joe Howe, Executive Director at Thornton Energy Research Institute, University of Chester.

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