Commissioning of PowerHouse Energy’s new PHE G3-Uht waste gasification system in Australia has been put back a month.
The delay was due to it waiting on "component acquisition" from specialist manufacturers, the company said on 13 March.
Its new facility is being built in Brisbane, Australia. Last month, the company revealed it was exiting much of Europe to focus on the development of the site.
PowerHouse, a company registered on the London Stock Exchange and headquartered in the capital, now expects to begin commissioning the plant in early April, rather than late March as it had said in February.
The Australian facility has already attracted interest from potential investors in south-east Asia, according to PowerHouse executive chairman, Keith Allaun.
He added: "We're looking forward to introducing the PHE G3-Uht to the world in the near future, I am confident this next step will position us as a leader in the EfW space."
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