The Plagazi Process

The Plagazi Process makes an attractive business case for the society – with clear added value across the entire value chain; from waste management to pure hydrogen.

Current climate change agreements stipulate that mobility must be fully decarbonised by 2050, so the challenge of lowering CO2 emissions and pollutants is one for politicians and manufacturers alike. Whether the targets can be met through battery electric vehicles is uncertain, not least because there is no guarantee that the electric power used for charging is fossil-free. Hydrogen from waste and H2-technology is a business-oriented solution for efficiently preventing pollutants, CO2 greenhouse gases in a cost-effective manner for the very first time, and with no constraints on use. This is an important factor when considering existing climate change targets. Cost-effective emission-free vehicles create clean towns and cities, with the environment and mankind benefiting equally.

Impressive synergy effects can be achieved by connecting the energy and mobility sectors through hydrogen. For example, the demand for hydrogen created by cost-effective, high-performance hydrogen mobility applications improves the amortisation of Plagazi renewable energy plants, hence investments in renewable energies become more attractive. As a result, hydrogen fuel production can be decentralised and fed into a local network of filling stations via short transport routes. By focussing on the high-consumption commercial vehicle sector, which is where the highest diesel to hydrogen substitution rates can be achieved, a high level of utilisation is guaranteed. Market actors in the energy and hydrogen economy will therefore benefit from the hydrogen technology from the very beginning.