COP 27: H2-Industries and Green Planet sign a historic agreement on raw materials for transforming waste into hydrogen

COP 27: H2-Industries and Green Planet sign a historic agreement on Waste to Hydrogen raw materials.

The waste-to-hydrogen plant will be established at East Port Said in the Suez Canal Economic Zone.

Egyptian environmental and waste management company Green Planet for Sustainable Environmental Solutions has signed a memorandum of understanding with US company H2-Industries to supply the necessary raw material including organic and non-recyclable plastic waste for the new plant waste-to-hydrogen plant in East Port Said/Suez Canal Economic Zone, Egypt.

The MoU was signed by Mohamed Assad, President of Green Plant for Sustainable Environmental Solutions, and Michael Stusch, Executive Chairman and CEO of H2-Industries on the sidelines of COP 27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.

The planned waste-to-hydrogen plant will use organic, non-recyclable plastic feedstocks to produce 300,000 tonnes of clean hydrogen per year, H2-Industries said in a press release.

Green Planet is committed to supplying the necessary raw materials – up to 4 million tonnes of waste per year and will develop a full supply chain in addition to operating a pre-treatment facility, the statement said.

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