Advanced plasma power

  • Advanced plasma power’s Gasplasma is an advanced conversion technology (ACT) that converts waste feedstock into a clean, hydrogen-rich synthesis gas, and a vitrified recyclate  product, using a combination of standard gasification and plasma treatment.
  • The  products have a variety of end uses, such as electricity generation. As the technology advances, it is expected that the products can be used commercially in fuel cells within the next five years.

Policy makers are recognising the potential for waste to be treated as a resource. Now, these opportunities for ACTs need to be realised in order to improve energy security, achieve renewable energy targets, and support Europe’s vision for a zero waste economy.

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About Hayley Shaw

Knowledge Exchange Manager at Cranfield University's Centre for Environmental Risks and Futures (CERF). Sharing the latest news from Cranfield, and insights from across the industry. All things risk, environment, and the future.
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