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The 4th Energy Wave Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Forecasts, 2016

January 2016

We summarise the fuel cell and hydrogen industry forecasts by the 4th Energy Wave. For the full publication or for more information visit www.4thenergywave.com.

1. Increased relationships between the fuel cell and oil and gas industry

In terms of the fuel cell sector, there are a number of areas in which the relationship with the oil and gas industry will increase in 2016:

RETOOLING OIL ASSETS FOR THE FUEL CELL INDUSTRY

The oil industry has a large, diverse and efficient supply chain, and it is no surprise that there are a number of lessons that the fuel cell sector could learn from it. As well as theoretical improvements, there are clearly a number of areas in which the current stranded oil assets could be re-tooled and used in the fuel cell industry.

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Ecotech fund raising

21 December 2015

Ecotech, a leading producer of high-spec 100% recycled PET plastic flakes, seeks investment to install a second production line at its plant in Rainham, east London.

Ecotech is the exclusive UK partner of Germany’s STF Group, the European market leader in recycled PET production and technology. Using state-of-the-art STF machinery it focuses on producing recycled PET of the highest quality that preserves the environment and does not require technical compromise.

The recycling of PET plastic bottles (commonly used in carbonated soft drinks and water bottles) is one of the most technically advanced areas in recycling. Having established a partnership with STF (which is solely responsible for over 80% of all PET bottle recycling in Germany), Ecotech has quickly established a high-utilisation plant which is now close to break-even point.

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Natural Resources (2000) Limited fund raising

18 December 2015

Natural Resources (2000) Limited is launching sustainable and recyclable moulded paper bottles, branded Greenpip, which it is producing for consumer dry goods in a wide range of sectors. This packaging offers brand-centric, sustainable and cost neutral packaging which can be co-located with product manufacturing. 

For more information on the deal, visit the Cleantech Investor Platform.

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RISK WARNING Investments listed on the Cleantech Investor Platform (provided by Envestors Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the United Kingdom) carry risks as well as potential rewards. Please read the risk warning and disclaimer before investing.

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