Powerhouse Enrgy Grp (AIM:PHE) Keith Allaun, Chief Executive Officer

PowerHouse Energy Group plc (AIM: PHE), the UK technology company pioneering clean energy production from waste plastic and end-of-life tyres, together with the University of Chester, announces a milestone development as its demonstration energy generation plant powers the Energy Centre at University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park microgrid for the first time.

Keith Allaun, CEO of PowerHouse, said: “This is a promising step along the path to the commercial roll-out of our waste to hydrogen solutions, which are also ideally suited to help reduce the vast quantities of waste plastic that is causing an environmental disaster across the world’s oceans.

“We’re delighted about working together to achieve this milestone. It is momentous for the University of Chester to be the first to receive electricity from the PowerHouse equipment and to share this success of working collaboratively on such a groundbreaking technology to help tackle the waste issues facing our society,” added Paul Vernon, Chief Executive of Thornton Science Park.

About PowerHouse Energy

PowerHouse Energy Group plc is the developer of DMG©, the Distributed Modular, Gasification System which allows for the distributed eradication of waste, the generation of distributed electricity, and the production of distributed hydrogen with the world’s first hydrogen from waste process (HfW).

The Company is focused on technologies to enable projects for energy recovery from municipal and industrial waste streams that would otherwise be directed to landfills and incinerators; or from renewable and alternative fuels such as biomass, tyres, and plastics to create synthesis gas (syngas) for power generation, or high-quality hydrogen as a fuel for transport. DMG© allows for easy, economical, deployment and scaling of an environmentally sound solution to the growing challenges of waste eradication, landfill diversion, electrical demand, and distributed hydrogen production.

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