Presentation on theme: "An Introduction to APP and the Gasplasma ® technology Rolf Stein, CEO"— Presentation transcript:
An Introduction to APP and the Gasplasma ® technology Rolf Stein, CEO
2 Prepared fuel Municipal Waste Mined Landfill Wood Wastes Commercial Waste Auto Shredder Residue Hazardous Wastes
3 Proven equipment & validated Patented globally Syngas - multiple applications (fuel cells, SNG, H2, GTL) Proven gateway technology Standard industrial warehouse Low stack, low emissions Reduced waste miles CHP ready Local, low impact solution High net electrical efficiency Heat recovery Complementary to recycling Resource optimisation No residual ash Plasmarok ® – product not waste (e.g. rock wool substitute) Complete landfill diversion Zero waste
4 Paris Moayedi Executive Chairman Paris has spent over 40 years in contracting with a number of major companies. He was Chairman and Chief Executive of Jarvis plc during which time he built the company into the largest contractor in UK before leaving 8 years ago. He has raised over £12 billion in project finance. Rolf Stein CEO With extensive leadership experience in the plasma field, he is a dual qualified lawyer with significant IP expertise across a number of sectors having previous senior management experience at Apple and Hewlett Packard. Rob Johnson Commercial Director A Chartered Surveyor with over 30 years experience of contracting, project finance, joint venture structuring and business management including as a sponsor director for the £16bn Tubelines PPP of the London Underground. Martin Brooks Engineering Director A Chartered Mechanical Engineer with 20 years in engineering and project management working on the design, manufacture and installation of processing and recycling equipment. Chris Chapman Chief Technical Officer Chartered Chemical Engineer with 20 years’ experience working on commercial environmental plasma projects worldwide. Chris oversees the Company’s technical development activities. Responsible for the Gasplasma® energy from waste concept. Sir John Parker GBE, Kt Chairman, Advisory Board His career to date has encompassed the engineering, shipbuilding and defence industries. He currently acts as Chairman for Anglo American Plc. and is Deputy Chairman of DP World (Dubai) having previously served as Chairman of National Grid plc. Sir John is also President of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Sir Peter Mason, KBE Member of Advisory Board Extensive experience in engineering, construction and complex capital investment businesses. Currently Chairman of the board of Thames Water and senior non-executive director of BAE Systems Plc. and Subsea 7 S.A. He retired as Chief Executive Officer of AMEC Plc. in September 2006, and was previously Chairman and CEO of Balfour Beatty Limited.
5 20 million tonnes per annum of residual waste still landfilled in UK. 100 APP plants or 2.5GW of baseload (firm) capacity (5% of total demand). Existing capacity of 10 million tonnes per annum (represents further opportunity as old plant comes off line). Over 2 billion tonnes of resources already stored in UK landfill sites representing opportunity for further 200 APP plants Landfill tax and ROC/FIT support for Gasplasma® technology makes the UK a highly attractive market. Globally billions of tonnes of residual waste are sent to landfill annually Competition splits into high capex/high efficiency and low capex/low efficiency solutions. APP offers very high efficiencies for lower capex than comparable solutions. Regulation and rising energy prices moving market towards higher efficiencies. MBI requires large scales to be cost effective. Planning permission for large facilities is typically more difficult. Demonstration plant in Swindon running a gas engine since Planning permission to build a commercial 50,000 tpa facility in Tyseley, Birmingham - financial close targeted in June Funding from Energy Technologies Institute of £13m.