NEXTCHEM
EU grant for waste-to-hydrogen plant / Facility said to be world first
NextChem (Rome; www.nextchem.it), a unit of Italian engineering group Maire Tecnimont (Milan; www.mairetecnimont.com), has been awarded a EUR 194 mn grant to develop a waste-to-hydrogen plant as part of the IPCEI Hy2Use EU project.

The project sets up the so-called Hydrogen Valley in Rome, the first industrial-scale technological hub for the development of the national supply chain for the production, transport, storage, and use of hydrogen for the decarbonisation of industrial processes and for sustainable mobility.

Related: NextChem plans polyolefins recycling plant in Europe

The plant’s start-up is expected in the first half of 2027 with the production of up to 20,000 t/y of hydrogen at full capacity using 200,000 t/y of non-recyclable solid waste as raw material.
28.09.2022 Plasteurope.com [251254-0]
Published on 28.09.2022

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