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.
Plagazi AB receives order from Neue Energien Premnitz GmbH, part of Richter Recycling Group worth €70M
The German recycling company Neue Energien Premnitz GmbH, part of Richter Recycling Group is taking a significant step into becoming fossil free. Plagazi AB will deliver a complete turn-key plant that uses cleantech technology to convert waste into green hydrogen. The new facility will be located in the City of Premnitz, located just outside Berlin and the plant is expected to be commissioned in 2023.
“The Richter Recycling Group’s desire to invest and build a Plagazi plant represents a significant opportunity and a great step forward for Plagazi in Europe. The customer understands the considerable value our technology can bring to their sector of business and are willing to together with us plan, construct and run the first Plagazi plant in Europe. A lot of work has been put in to secure this deal and we are delighted to announce that the feasibility stage of the project will begin shortly” – Torsten Granberg, CEO Plagazi.
The project, named Havelstoff, aims to combine Neue Energien Premnitz existing waste management process with Plagazi’s patented waste-to-green-hydrogen plasma gasification technology to produce 6000 metric tonnes of green hydrogen per year by treating 44000 tonnes of waste. When implemented, the plant will be the first, commercial-scale production system for green hydrogen by using plasma gasification of waste technology. The plant will be able to treat waste which today cannot be, or is not recycled. This contributes to the circular economy goals of Germany and the European Union.
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Torsten Granberg, CEO, Plagazi AB
Phone: +46 70 676 12 34
Plagazi AB is a Swedish clean-tech company which is revolutionizing the production of green hydrogen. Plagazi helps society close the circular loop by transforming waste into green hydrogen through plasma gasification, contributing to resolve the significant global issue of non-recyclable waste, renewable energy sources and carbon emissions. With multiple active projects across Europe, the company aims to become the answer to the continents strive to reach its climate goals.
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