Firm pays £1.2m for rights to use fuel cell in Thailand

The waste to energy firm Waste2Tricity International has secured the rights to use a fuel cell designed by AFC Energy in Thailand in a £1.2 million deal. Waste2Tricity uses a process called plasma gasification to turn rubbish into synthetic gas, which contains hydrogen. The hydrogen can then be converted into electricity by the fuel cell. […]

UK waste to energy company raises £1million for Thai project

A company which gets electricity from waste with a process known as ‘plasma gasification’ has raised £1 million to help fund its expansion plans. Plasma gasification uses a plasma torch to convert waste into synthetic gas, which is then burnt in gas turbines or internal combustion engines to generate electricity. The money raised will be […]