PowerHouse Energy snaps up UK firm Waste2Tricity

The latter company is developing a way of producing hydrogen from waste plastic, with a view to completing the first facility this year

Plans submitted for plastics to hydrogen facility in Cheshire

The £7m plant is expected to treat up to 35 tonnes of unrecyclable plastics a day and create a local source of hydrogen

New £130m deal inked for 11 waste plastic to hydrogen facilities

Peel Environmental, Waste2Tricity and PowerHouse Energy intend to submit a planning application for the first site in Cheshire in the coming weeks

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Deal signed for engineering designs at new plastic-to-hydrogen facility

Waste2Tricity has signed a binding heads of terms for engineering services with PowerHouse Energy for the new plant in Cheshire

Plans for ‘UK’s first’ waste plastic to hydrogen facility

The hydrogen produced could be used to power buses and heavy goods vehicles, before being rolled out to fuel cars

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 […]