“Over four years of the technology development team’s work has gone into this procurement decision,” said David Ryan, the chief executive officer of Powerhouse.
The alloy is to be installed at the first plastic-to-hydrogen facility, which will be located at Peel NRE’s strategic energy and resource hub Protos in Ellesmere Port.
The alloy material has the necessary high-temperature corrosion resistance while providing the strength and lifetime durability necessary for application in the Thermal Conversion Chamber (TCC). The material was selected after four years of research by the Powerhouse team, suppliers and material specialist consultants.
The procurement was funded from the recent loan agreement announced last month.
Myles Kitcher, a non-executive director of Powerhouse and the managing director of Peel NRE, part of Peel L&P, said: “The material on order sets the path for delivery of this important project for the creation of hydrogen from waste plastic in the UK.”
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