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Plastic Waste to Hydrogen Energy

We divert Plastic Waste from Landfill to convert it to Hydrogen and Electricity
Creating a Zero Emission Future we all deserve


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The Global Plastic Waste Problem

We now produce the equivalent weight of nearly 25,000 Empire State Buildings of plastic waste in a year; the United States generated 35.7 million tons of plastic in 2018 and 27 million tons of this ended up in landfill.


Yesterday’s Waste is Tomorrow's Energy

Global demand for Hydrogen has risen 3 fold since 1975 equal to 14.4 exajoules (EJ), however social and political pressure is expected to see this more than 5 fold by 2050 equivalent to 78 EJ or 13% of all energy produced today. As much as 30% of this is being used by the transport industry.

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The Potential of Thermal Decomposition Treatment

We are Disruptors and Innovators in the space of Plastic Waste Diversion and Hydrogen Production.  Our HydroPlas™ reactor is developed internally with design optimisation for Thermal Efficiency and Hydrogen-rich Synthesis Gas Extraction.

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Our planet is beset with environmental pandemics; our Lands and Seas are heavily contaminated with Plastic Waste, while our Skies are saturated with Carbon Pollution. 

FusionOne’s HydroPlas™ reactor offers a solution to tackle both these problems. 

Our HydroPlas™ System is the next generation in Thermal Decomposition Technology producing green Hydrogen from Plastic Waste.

Our system is capable of processing multiple carbon based feedstocks but has been optimised for Plastic Waste. Various sustainable commercial products are produced as outputs including fuel cell grade pure Hydrogen and Zero Emission electricity.

Ultimately, we're here to fight the war on plastic, to divert harmful waste streams by deploying circular economic technologies to produce energy for tomorrow.



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Our system can be adapted to suit the output products with the highest green return.

Low Cost
Requiring limited infrastructure preparation and utility connection.

Zero Emission
Nothing, nada, zero is released, nothing is wasted, producing fossil free power.

Providing secure power to the local grid using local waste, no major infrastructure spend needed.


The system is expandable based on the volume and type of feedstock available locally.



Rapid Deployment
Designed for easy shipping using standard ISO size modules.

Landfill Diverted
Plastic comes to us, not landfill, which we convert into Green Energy and Fuels.

​Circular Economy
We put back into the system reducing the need for virgin materials, everything is utilised, nothing is wasted.

No spoke and hub, no need for large and expensive installation or massive Hydrogen Plant.


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The HydroPlas™ reactor is capable of diverting multiple carbon based waste streams from landfill. 


  • Curbside Collected Plastic. 

  • Industrial Plastic Waste.

  • Many Other Carbon Based Waste Products.

  • Organic Industrial Farm Waste.


FusionOne™ produces a Synthesis gas with very high Hydrogen content perfect for generating many Megawatts of Zero Emission energy or clean Hydrogen road fuel. 


  • 99.997% Pure Hydrogen. 

  • Green Energy - Zero Emissions.

  • Fischer-Tropsch Synthetic Fuels.

  • Ultra Low Emission.

Our 16 ton system will provide enough Hydrogen in one day to run a Toyota Mirai saloon car for nearly 60,000 miles or a class 8 truck for 3000 miles.

​1 ton of plastic waste = ~200 miles for a class 8 Truck.



The Michigan, USA, Project is FusionOne™ technical demonstrator at pre-commercialisation stage. Here, we will pull together all of our individually proven technologies and combine them into a fully operational system. Our selected location has been granted conditional use as a recycling site, including all the required waste handling permits. We will process multiple waste streams and optimise the integration of the Hydrogen Production facility to prove the system is ready, before commercial operations commence on-site.


Fusion One™’s initial site will derisk two years of site sourcing, infrastructure build and operations permitting usually required by leveraging a facility historically used for multi-stream waste handling.

The site has truck and rail docks, plus a rail freight terminal for fast and efficient delivery of feedstock or dispatch of off-take commodities. Connecting the local area with Hydrogen Powered infrastructure opens the way for rail and truck HFCV’s as well as enabling work with local governments to achieve green transports solutions.



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Bloomberg calls it the “Hottest Thing in Green Energy”,  the European Union is spending $500Bn on it and Toyota just brought out their longest range fuel cell vehicle to date, it’s safe to say that hydrogen is becoming big global business.

Hydrogen is the most abundant resource in the universe and has very high energy density, nearly 3 times that of gasoline. It’s an ideal fuel which, when expended from a fuel cell for energy, only emits water vapour as a by-product, making it one of the cleanest sources of power available to us. Hydrogen’s only limiting factor to date has been the cost of production; either via inefficient electricity intensive but clean electrolysis or dirty carbon emitting methods such as steam methane reforming of natural gas, which stands as the current primary source (90%+) of Hydrogen globally ( FusionOne™ will be using a proprietary technology where Hydrogen will be separated from the SynGas produced in its HydroPlas™ system. This results in clean, Zero Emission Hydrogen at very low production cost.

Fuel Cell vehicle purchases are increasing at an incredible rate, with Hyzon Motors taking $500m in orders and Hyundai accelerating its production with orders from China totalling 4000 units.


The world’s first commercial Hydrogen Powered ferry and passenger trains are all now operational with container and cruise ships in construction.


​A recent European study estimates there will be 110,000 Hydrogen Fuel Cell trucks on Europe's roads by 2030 avoiding 11 million tons of CO2 production.


​The USA has more than 15 million trucks that will need replacing with clean fuel vehicles over the next 25 years with the average truck life being 13 years, Europe has a further 6 million trucks. 


​Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have seen sales grow by 658% in the 18 months up to 2021.


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Low emissions

The majority of our plant's emissions are made up of non harmful, water vapor.

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Integrated Technologies

Our patented HydroPlas systems integrates technologies that previously didn't exist in this market.



Eleminating waste on a global level is no small task, however we are up for the challenge.


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