Ryze supplied hydrogen to be used in glass production

Ryze Hydrogen has signed a long-term deal to provide hydrogen to Guardian Glass.

The hydrogen supplied will be used in the manufacturing of float glass, the most widely produced form of glass used in car and building windows, and mirrors.

Operating over 24 float glass lines around the world, Guardian Glass serves 160 countries across five continents. Ryze will support Guardian’s UK plant in Goole, east Yorkshire, with hydrogen, used as a technical gas during the float glass process.

Earlier this year, Ryze became a member in Glass Futures to explore the role of hydrogen can play in reducing the glass industry’s carbon emissions.

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