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Powerhouse expand with multi billion dollar experienced Commercial Manager

Keith Allaun, CEO of PowerHouse Energy, commented: “Bruce Nicholson will be a tremendous asset to the Company, and we’re fortunate to be working with him.  His passion and energy, coupled with his focus on the execution of our commercial objectives, will enhance our growing team.  Bruce will be working closely with me, with the Board and with our partner, Waste2tricity, Ltd.  His keen insight has already begun to have an impact at our business.”

PowerHouse Energy Group plc (AIM: PHE), the UK technology company pioneering hydrogen production from waste plastic and end-of-life tyres, this morning announced the appointment of Bruce Nicholson as Commercial Operations Manager to bolster the Company’s executive team.

Bruce brings a proven track record of delivering complex energy projects, which he has built up during 30 years of project management, asset management and business development. His experience includes multi-billion dollar developments in conventional upstream oil and gas as well as emerging sustainable energy technologies. 

Bruce, who joins PowerHouse from Cinch Projects, an independent project management company, has worked with a wide range of organisations including multi-nationals, such as Thyssenkrupp, EDF, Tullow Oil  and BHP, and also with smaller independents.

At PowerHouse, Bruce will accelerate the progress of the commercial operations, business development and partner identification across the Company’s offerings.  “I’m excited to join PowerHouse to deliver the Company’s revolutionary hydrogen production process from waste plastics and tyres, which will significantly contribute to the rapidly emerging and fast growing low carbon economy,” Bruce said.

 

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