Clean Planet Energy has today announced the opening of its first US-based offices in Houston, TX.
The Clean Planet Energy offices; located at the central intersection of I-45 and Beltway 8 in North Houston, sit just 15 minutes away from the Intercontinental Airport, and 20 minutes from downtown Houston.
In November last year, Clean Planet Energy, a UK headquartered green-tech company, announced the formation of a USA joint venture with FTAI Infrastructure Inc. (Nasdaq: FIP), to develop Clean Planet ecoPlants across key markets in North America. Starting in New Jersey, the joint venture is already advancing multiple additional projects with agreements in place for plastic supply in Alabama, Texas, Florida, South Carolina, and other key North American markets.
The offices on Northchase Drive will house Clean Planet’s US-based Project teams, enabling both in-office and hybrid working facilities.
CityNorth, the campus where Clean Planet’s new offices reside, is a Class A, LEED certified office campus that offers worldclass amenities. Set amid 36 Acres of landscaped grounds with newly designed outdoor spaces, the architecturally distinct offices provide Clean Planet with light-filled floors, state-of-the-art building systems, plentiful parking, 24-hour access, security and on-site management. The campus is made up of two multi-tenant buildings, over 750,000 square feet and four single-tenant buildings, over 1,280,000 square feet. Accompanying the 2 million plus square feet of office space is an additional 80,000 square feet of retail which includes a variety of dining options and services for tenants.
The Clean Planet team look forward to inviting you to our offices in 2023… and even try out your golf putting!
Clean Planet Energy (CPE) is a cleantech, renewable and alternative energy company, converting hard-to-recycle waste plastics into naphtha, a petrochemical feedstock, that can be used in plastic production to support a circular supply chain and into ultra-low-sulphur diesel.
CPE’s mission is to remove over 1 million tonnes of hard-to-recycle plastic waste from our environment every year. It will achieve this mission by seeking to continuously devise and implement green technologies and processes (such as the Clean Planet ecoPlant) that prevent plastic waste from entering earth’s environment and oceans, while also reducing the world’s demand for non-circular products.
Clean Planet ecoPlants aim to divert hard-to-recycle waste plastics away from the world’s landfills, incinerators, and oceans — a major environmental win. Clean Planet Energy have operations in UK, USA, France and South-East Asia. https://CleanPlanetEnergy.com