A Pangea SI Expert shares their experience from visiting a plant where clean hydrogen is being produced from plastic waste.
Innovative companies such as Powerhouse and Waste2tricity have utilised technology that results in the production of clean hydrogen gas from plastic waste, possibly helping solve crucial waste management issue.
The clean hydrogen gas, which can be used as a fuel for both transport and commercial uses, is derived from an incineration process that uses plastic waste as “feedstock”.
The waste to energy demonstrator unit processes plastic (including problematic “black” plastic) by graded incineration at very high temperatures, resulting in conversion into syngas. Hydrogen suitable for use as a fuel for heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) can then be easily extracted. Storage of this is relatively straightforward with the use of commercially available canisters.
Expert is currently an independent offshore wind business advisor and trainer with 14 years’ experience in the offshore wind energy industry. Expert has worked on a range of projects including: Global training focusing on de-risking offshore wind; Strategic portfolio troubleshooting for offshore wind and; Business development and bid management for offshore supply chain (including hydrogen).
With 18+ years’ senior level experience within the energy industry, mostly regarding renewables, this Expert understands potential problems and pitfalls, as well as opportunities, offered by schemes and portfolios.
Key roles and experiences also include:
Senior Project Manager for a leading renewable energy specialists’ company
– Management and stakeholder engagement of 1.6GW of nationally significant projects incorporating battery and solar technologies.
Independent renewables consultant
– Communications and reputation management for cleantech sector; represented a company at meetings of the parliamentary sel ect committee for energy.
– Advised on conceptual planning for French offshore wind farms by utilising knowledge of recent advances in offshore construction to identify operational expenditure reductions of up to 20%.
Senior Offshore Project Manager a large energy company
– Project managed a £4bn 690MW offshore wind farm.
– Consented an offshore turbine test facility Scotland.
– Responsible for liaison with government bodies and face to face quarterly reporting.
– Stakeholder engagement with consenting and local authorities, landowners and communities.
– Risk Manager for an offshore Wind Farm.
Senior Renewable Project Manager of an energy company
– Managing the construction of £10m wind power project – built on time and to budget; successful energisation led to a 33% increase in share value.
Climate and Renewables Project Developer for a large energy company
– Managed stakeholders throughout the consenting process for major infrastructure projects.
– Gained investment of £12 million for a wind farm project fr om a large electric utility company.
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