Listed Yorkshire firm part of £130m deal to convert waste plastic to hydrogen

The Protos site near Ellesmere Port
A pioneering technology developed by a Bingley-based business will be used in 11 waste plastic to hydrogen facilities to be built across the UK as part of a £130m investment. The DMG (Distributed Modular Gasification) method has been formulated by Yorkshire company Powerhouse Energy, and produces a local source of hydrogen from non-recyclable plastics. This clean, low-cost hydrogen could be used to power buses and heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), before being rolled out to hydrogen cars, helping to reduce air pollution and improve ... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...