VANCOUVER – Clean Power Capital Corp. (CSE: MOVE)(FWB: 2K6)(OTC: MOTNF) (‘Clean Power’ or the ‘Company’ or ‘MOVE’) The Company is pleased to provide an update on its investment in FusionOne Energy Corp. (‘FusionOne’), a producer of technologies primarily for the conversion of plastic waste to hydrogen and clean electricity.
FusionOne has instructed the fabrication facility to begin the production of its HydroPlas continuous cycle reactor, the center of its efficient Hydrogen producing system as well as the supporting proprietary technologies to be delivered in Q3 2021. FusionOne is striving to fit out its pre-commercialization site in Detroit, Michigan for its readiness to receive the first Hydroplas reactor. The FusionOne facility is situated in a feedstock (plastic waste) rich area in Detroit, Michigan, which reduces ongoing logistics costs for the transportation industry as well as being the home of the Big Three Automakers.
The combination of site preparation and manufacture of the FusionOne system is the first step in tackling the plastic pandemic and supports the shift to clean energy production.
FusionOne CEO, Elliott Talbott, comments ‘FusionOne is taking the initial steps to deploy its game-changing HydroPlas technology with the aim of tackling two global problems at once. Our team is excited to be taking these pre-commercialization efforts and looks forward to giving further updates as progress is made.’
President of PowerTap, Clean Power Capital’s largest subsidiary, Salim Rahemtulla noted ‘FusionOne’s patent-pending waste to white hydrogen and electricity is a complementary technology to PowerTap’s Gen3, which produces and dispenses blue hydrogen and provides potential cross-development opportunities.’
Source: Clean Power Capital
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