Being developed by Hydrogen Utopia and Trifol Resources in the Republic of Ireland. The project will incorporate the technology to aid in the production of wax.
The hydrogen production plant will support the decarbonisation of Ireland’s industry whilst also enabling a unique method to reduce waste in the country.
This could create a domino effect and reduce waste in the country whilst also providing a means to create hydrogen that can decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors.
This could additionally see more companies adopt hydrogen technologies with more of the clean energy carrier available.
Aleksandra Binkowska, CEO of Hydrogen Utopia, said, “My biggest ambition was to expand our plastic waste to hydrogen technology to as many European markets as possible, with the additional goal of delivering our first facility in the shortest possible time.
“Partnership with Trifol Resources in Ireland is an ideal stepping stone in turning this ambition and that goal into a reality. Trifol’s motto ‘Giving Old Plastic A New Future’ and its ethos certainly chimes with Hydrogen Utopia’s own aims.”
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