PowerHouse Energy to turn waste into hydrogen


PowerHouse has begun plans to develop a network of up to 200 waste-to-hydrogen (H2) plants around the UK.

Within 10 years, PowerHouse intends to propel the UK’s burgeoning H2 economy whilst assisting the country with its build-up of waste plastic.

The proposed plants are compact, so they can be built close to the source of waste, and do not produce harmful by-products or require a smokestack. Each unit is designed to consume about 25 tonnes a day of waste plastic or used tyres.

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