ITV News broadcasts SG100 film

16 February 2024
16 February 2024 sg-admin

ITV News broadcasts SG100 film

On Tuesday, 13 February, a crew from ITV Anglia came to Scottow in Norfolk to film the SG100.01 and short interviews with our Technical Director, Laurence Sharrock, and Head of Communications and Government Affairs, Peter Coombes.
Below you can see the short video shown on that evening’s 6pm ITV Anglia News.

“It’s great that we’re starting to get some recognition from the mainstream media in addition to the specialist and online journals,” says Peter. “The ITV Anglia team were really professional and helpful, reminding us to keep it simple and avoid the acronyms and technical jargon we’re used to using.”

Laurence adds: “We’re really pleased to have got this TV coverage. It was also good that the presenters introducing the clip highlighted the scale of the world’s waste challenges and the impact stuff societies discard is having on Climate Change. This provided context for the solutions our technology offers in terms of renewable energy generation, carbon removal, and transforming waste management.”

The ITV Anglia news journalist Natalie Gray & Laurence Sharrock.


Renewable, carbon-negative electricity, biogas, transport fuels, green hydrogen, chemical feedstock, carbon-removing biochar, transformational waste management and…and…and
Our SG100 technology produces affordable, clean, carbon-negative energy, while capturing and removing carbon, and transforming waste management for the Circular Economy.
Our carbon removing technology has wide-scale commercial, transportation and industrial applications across value chains.

Carbon Negative Energy: Each year, a single SG100 plant can generate up to 40,000 MW hours of carbon-negative power, enough for around 10,000 homes, offices or commercial properties, as well as for the transportation sector and wider industry.

Carbon Reduction: It will remove up to 25,000 tonnes of CO2e – equivalent to the annual carbon emissions of 5,000 cars. With electrolysis, a plant processing biogenic waste will generate over 650 tonnes of green hydrogen. And the SG100 closes the waste management loop, offering a better low carbon alternative to landfill and incineration.

Carbon Capture: TheSG100 technology also generates ‘biochar’ and ‘carbon char’, a black, granular, dust-like co- product that can be sequestered in valuable agricultural, environmental, and industrial applications.

Our Mission is to significantly contribute in mitigating and reversing climate change’s negative environmental, social and economic impacts.