Our guiding vision is for a decarbonised future through recycling plastic waste and sustainable energy production, meeting tough carbon targets by 2030.
We have a mission to take waste plastic and recycle it into reusable high-grade material. Any waste gets converted into low-carbon gas, which will then be used to power gas peaker units - reducing the UK’s reliance on fossil fuels.
Waste Hierarchy compliant
Where waste management solutions are primarily focussed on the disposal (landfill) and recovery stages of the Waste Hierarchy.
PGP prioritises mechanical and chemical recycling for maximum added value. Our automatic advanced sorting process allows us to separate plastics to grade premium reusable material.
Efficient waste recycling
With our expert partners and funders, we will create a series of full mechanical waste sorting plants. These plants will be able to sort the waste into different grades to make fuels and chemicals.
This will provide a consistent supply of quality-controlled feedstock. These feedstocks are then used for the production of low-carbon gas that can be used in a peaking plant on site or compressed for storage and/or further distribution.
Green Energy Production
Once produced and compressed, the gas that was created can be transported to strategic sites and power peaking plants. This will reduce or even eradicate our reliance on grid natural gas connections.
Peaking units can also be located on larger sites with large, existing industrial power demands. When combined with battery energy technology they will be able to store up cheap green power. That allows those energy-intensive companies to secure a supply of greener electricity.
Building the peaking plant ecosystem to drive toward a low carbon future
Our initial focus is on using existing natural gas peaking power plant technology. This already has incredible environmental savings. Especially when compared to high demand alternatives such as coal and oil.
Many technologies need elements of the peaking plant’s infrastructure to operate. This creates huge advantages for all companies involved in strategic co-location planning.
Built on collaboration
Working with technology partners, we are focussed on developing projects that are mutually beneficial. These collaborations will improve the net environmental impact of each project.
We work together to address localised waste issues while reducing reliance on fossil fuels and grid access.
UK Balancing Mechanism Market Value
Growth in Balancing Generation 2015 to 2040
UK Energy From Renewables (Q3 2019)
Founder and CEO
With over 20 years corporate experience in the utilities industry, Sean has been involved in the design and project management of a number of gas peaking projects and large solar arrays within the renewable energy and power generation sector.
Over the last 18 months, Sean has been instrumental in developing teams for designing gas peaking power plants. At financial close, they will be sold to investment exit partners for construction and future trading of the electricity generated.
Nicholas Dimmock has 13 years’ environmental project development experience. He founded 350 PPM Ltd, the environmental private equity house in 2015, with Tim Hyett (FCISI).
Responsible for a pipeline of over eight utility- scale environmental projects across Chile and Mexico. Nicholas was involved in the creation of ongoing emission reductions for over 9 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per annum.
Chief Technical Officer
Mark Christensen has over 20 years’ experience in complex technical project development, specialising in biogas, biomass, refined fuel production and advanced mechanical recycling.
He has led consortia bids for the PFI era of waste contracts, tech co fund raising and business case development having worked for multinational engineering companies.
He has been an Expert Witness on EfW schemes and more recently on commercialisation opportunities for bio-chemicals production from biorefinery scale up.
Martin has 10 years’ experience developing commercially viable technologies for fuel and emission reduction. He lectures at Kharkiv state University for heat engineering.
He assists companies, industry, NGO’s and government with implementing solutions for renewable energy objectives with global experience competing in tender programs.
Energy Markets Advisor
Patrick has 8 years’ experience in clean energy. He has been involved in developing over 15 MW of green energy generation plants such as energy from waste, renewables, and energy storage.
Patrick is a contributing member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). With a 1st class degree in green energy technology, currently completing a PhD in energy engineering.
PR & Communications
John has 15 years’ experience in global B2B tech development and deployment with award-winning expertise in developing high-performance digital communications teams.
He has international experience in PR and communications for major technology brands, holding deep, cross-sector understanding of how to drive conversation among targeted audiences.
Marketing & Investment Strategy
Jake started his career developing full scale solutions for Rolls Royce, spoke at the World Didac conference in Hong Kong for the Bloodhound SSC and led a project for Bristols Green Capital Digital around waste recycling.
He has built and launched online platforms and sales funnels for highly successful entreprenuers and musicians. Now looking to turn his hand toward adapting experience to support automation of PGP's commercial investment strategy.
Stephen has over 30 years of wide-ranging practical experience as a project manager and financial analyst in the development of renewable energy and other environmental infrastructure.
Specialises in investment due diligence as well as the creation and management of financial models. Recently supporting some of the UK’s largest environmental companies as lead financial modeller in their bids for PFI/PPP contracts and with re-negotiations post-award.