Plagazi AB receives German order

Group photo after the presentation of the plans in Premnitz, from left Franz Richter, Patrick Bahnemann, Ralf Tebling, Carola Kapitza, Robert Bock, Torsten Granberg and Christian Gerstädt.

A Richter Recycling GmbH order.

It is the German company Richter Recycling GmbH that is now taking a large step towards fossil independence and transform from using fossil oil to green hydrogen in its recycling processes. The company manage about 65,000 tonnes of waste annually.

The hydrogen gas produced can replace existing natural gas in pipelines to endusers and reduce the consumption of lignite.

Plagazi AB will deliver a complete turn-key plant that uses cleantech technology to convert the waste into green hydrogen.

The new facility will be located in the City of Premnitz, located just outside Berlin.

The plant is expected to be commissioned in 2023, starting this year. The Plagazi® Process is based on a green plasma technology, which means that the waste is exposed to such a high temperature that it is completely gasified. The system is completely closed and does not emit any environmentally hazardous residual products and no carbon dioxide emissions.

As much as 70% of the energy used to produce hydrogen comes from waste that has little or no cost. This makes the end product competitive and highly economically viable compared to the hydrogen gas produced by the electrolysis method. This means that Europe gets a new reference object in terms of modern hydrogen production which shows the way from the use of fossil oil to pure green hydrogen.

For further information, please contact: Torsten Granberg, CEO of Plagazi AB