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Propulsion powered by plastic: the next source of hydrogen fuel?

by Futures Centre, Apr 16
1 minute read

The UK’s PowerHouse Energy has designed a compact modular plant to produce hydrogen fuel derived from plastic waste. The company reports that their system “economically and efficiently processes a wide range of waste streams, including hazardous and toxic material, into usable energy without producing toxic by-products.”

GasWorld reports that the first commercial plant will be developed in Chester this year and that the company plans to have 500 plants operating in the next 10 years.


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