Waste2Tricity & Powerhouse Energy on Track in Far East 2019-07-16 15:47:15 Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade Backs Plastic Waste to Hydrogen Tech The Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry (METI) has formally endorsed UK technology firm, Powerhouse Energy’s, DMG plastic waste to hydrogen and electricity process. read more ... Seven Hydrogen Powered Garbage Trucks to Trial in North West Europe 2019-05-28 12:18:27 HECTOR Project to Demonstrate Hydrogen Fuel Cell Refuse Collection Vehicles The HECTOR project will deploy and test seven fuel cell powered refuse collection vehicles to test the technology to reduce emissions from road transport in the north west Europe area. read more ... PowerHouse Energy & Development Partner Waste2Tricity Deal with Peel Environmental 2019-04-12 13:28:39 Lease Agreement for Plastic Waste to Hydrogen Firm’s First Site in Cheshire Waste2Tricity Limited, the development partner of PowerHouse Energy Group plc has concluded negotiations and signed a lease agreement for its first waste to hydrogen site with Peel Environmental. read more ... First Electric RCV to Run Fuel Cell Technology in Trials 2019-01-11 14:33:43 Scania to Deliver Fuel Cell Powered Electric Refuse Collection Vehicle to Renova in Sweden Swedish truck manufacturer Scania is developing a fuel cell refuse collection truck together with Renova, a waste handling company in western Sweden. read more ... Distributed Modular Gasification Technology a Good Fit for High Japanese Gate Fees 2018-11-26 14:44:14 Toyota Partnership for Waste Gasification Distributed Hydrogen Firm PowerHouse Energy PowerHouse Energy Group plc, has received a formal invitation from Toyota Tsusho Corporation of Japan to engage in advanced commercial discussions regarding its DMG technology. read more ... Plasma Technology to Clean the Seas and Store Hydrogen 2018-08-02 14:52:36 Ocean Polymers’ New Venture Seeks Recycling Investment in Arabian Peninsula British recycling technology company, Ocean Polymers, has launched a commitment to develop partnerships with companies which invest in technology and recycling infrastructure to advance the circular economy within the Arabian Peninsula read more ... PowerHouse Energy Aims to Roll-Out a Network of Waste Powered Hydrogen Filling Stations 2018-05-01 12:44:23 VIDEO: Cracking the Hydrogen Conundrum with Wastes There’s little doubt that electric vehicles are the future and hydrogen fuel cells offer great advantages. Unfortunately, hydrogen is costly to produce and transport. PowerHouse Energy believes the answer is a distributed waste to hydrogen network. read more ...
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