The PowerHouse G3-UHt system economically and efficiently processes a wide range of waste streams, including hazardous and toxic material, into usable energy without producing toxic by-products

The PHE G3-UHt system provides optimum recovery of energy contained in waste and biomass, including a total conversion of all organic content to syngas.

The low energy system remains easy to operate and offers and the highest energy recovery (power output per ton) commercially available today.

The modular system is also customer orientated, with adjustable setups that require a small footprint ensuring space isn’t an issue. It also means operating and maintenance costs are far lower than any common waste treatment plant, with only two people needed to maintain an active installation.

Provides optimum recovery of energy contained in waste and biomass

Low-energy system is easy to operate

Offers the highest energy recovery (power output per ton) commercially available today

Modular system is customer orientated

Net 90%+ waste to energy conversion
Zero emissions, no char or oil residual
All waste, compact, modular, scaleable

Generally involves combustion
Produces emissions and char residue
Moderate waste to gas efficiency

Low cost but outdated and undesirable
Potential for uncontrolled chemical reactions
Danger to ground water and the environment

Limited range of feedstock
Permanent issues with remaining tar and oils
Problematic disposal of char residue (toxic)

Limited range of feedstock
Environmentally undesirable
Additional costs due to pollution and toxic ash

High operation and maintenance costs
Needs high thru-put
Almost exclusively large scale, large footprint


PowerHouse Energy Group plc provides ultra-high temperature thermal reactor technology together with auxiliary waste and power solutions.


This zero-emission system converts a wide range of waste materials into useful energy products; these include syngas, hydrogen, electricity and liquid fuels (under development).


The G3-UHt produces no harmful emissions into the atmosphere and does not create dangerous residues. The system is also able to treat multiple waste streams including hazardous and toxic material while meeting the highest environmental regulations.


The global demand for electricity continues to outpace supply. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) there will be:

  • 70% increase in demand by 2035
  • 1.7 Billion new customers
  • 1.3 Billion without electricity world-wide
  • Construction costs range from $1.5M to $7M per MW depending on technology

In a similar way, municipal waste is also on the rise and is currently growing faster than the population, a natural result of our increasing consumption rate and the shortening of product life-spans.

According to various scenarios, the growth of municipal waste will continue for the next decade – and we MUST begin recovering the “locked-in” energy in waste through advanced waste management strategies.