Linde plans 5MW Brazilian green hydrogen plant to supply glass manufacturer

Linde plans to construct a 5MW electrolyser plant in Brazil to supply green hydrogen to a local glass manufacturer.

Set to be built by Linde subsidiary White Martins, the pressurised alkaline electrolyser plant will be located next to the existing air separation facility in Jacareí, São Paulo, using renewable energy from local solar and wind projects to produce “independently certified green hydrogen.”

Planned to start up in 2025, green hydrogen produced by the installation will be used by Cebrace, a manufacturer of flat glass, safety glass, mirrors and more, to reduce emissions from its glass-melting furnaces in Jacareí.

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