- Aug 26, 2021 8:51 pm GMT
Glass production and hydrogen in the North West of England
Pilkington said that the trial, a world-first, was a key step in its plans to decarbonise its processes.
It could lead to hydrogen being used to power all production at the St Helens site, which currently uses natural gas. This would mean that the float glass furnace – which accounts for the majority of the overall carbon emissions – would be able to run with hugely lower emissions.
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