PowerHouse signs MOU with Peel Environmental
PowerHouse is pleased to announce that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Peel Environmental Ltd. and its subsidiary This is Protos LLP to work together to pursue the development, construction and operation of an energy-from-waste plant at Peel Environmental’s Protos facility near Chester, U.K. This MOU was brokered by Waste2Tricity Ltd. in conjunction with the joint development agreement between PowerHouse and Waste2Tricity announced on Jan. 18.
The MOU, covering a collaboration period until May 1, 2018, sets out the basis on which PowerHouse and Peel Environmental will work together. The joint project envisages the construction of PowerHouse’s first commercial enterprise, utilizing the Company’s G3-UHt system, at the Protos site together with a proposed plan for the delivery of five energy from waste plants. There is no certainty that the MOU will proceed to definitive agreements between the parties.
Commenting Keith Allaun, executive chairman of PowerHouse, said, “Peel Environmental is a national leader in helping create solutions to the U.K.’s waste challenges. With multiple waste management sites located across the U.K., Peel has the experience to see projects from green-field through to completion. Their vision for Protos; creating a robust energy-from-waste and alternative energy ecosystem in a single, large, and fully integrated facility makes them an ideal partner for a company like ours.
Commenting Myles Kitcher, managing director of Peel Environmental, said, “Peel Environmental is extremely enthusiastic about supporting PowerHouse and adding it to the growing energy park at our Protos facility.