PowerHouse Energy Group plc (LON:PHE), the company focused on ultra-high temperature waste-to-energy and waste-to-hydrogen systems, and the creator of Distributed Modular Gasification (DMG©), announced today that it has hosted two open days at the Thornton Science Park near Chester on Wednesday and Thursday this week. The purpose was to demonstrate the Company’s G3-UHT gasification system to investors, potential business partners and media.
The system, using tyre crumb as its feedstock, completed this 36-hour trial on an uninterrupted basis, with the syngas produced being visibly flared for demonstration purposes.
Keith Allaun, Chief Executive of PowerHouse Energy Group plc, commented: “The development of our G3-UHT system and DMG© is progressing according to plan and we are delighted to have had the opportunity to showcase it successfully to more than 100 attendees over the past two days. The technical team, led by David Ryan, continues to do a tremendous job and their knowledge and commitment were clear to our visitors this week.
“We are very encouraged by the amount of interest we are receiving from a number of global companies in the wider energy space and we remain firmly on track to deliver our first commercial system next year.”