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PowerHouse Energy’s innovative, distributed waste-to-hydrogen technology satisfies the joint needs of powering fuel cell electric vehicles, finding an alternative means of waste disposal to landfill or incineration and providing a predictable form of clean energy to complement intermittent supplies such as wind and solar. The hydrogen and electricity are produced close to point-of-use, saving transportation costs and reducing transmission losses and the associated carbon footprint. The company has a pilot system near Ellesmere Port, Merseyside, and intends to commence commercial production in FY18.

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