HydroGenerally - Episode 5: Hydrogen for Glass production
In our past episodes, we have debated on the colours of hydrogen, introduced how hydrogen is produced and where it should be used, delving into where it will be most effective in decarbonising energy, industrial and chemical industries, and dedicated our last episodes to focus on the aviation and maritime sectors.
In this fifth episode, Steffan Eldred and Neelam Mughal from Innovate UK KTN discuss how the glass industry is driving new hydrogen developments and research, and explore the hydrogen transition opportunities and challenges in this sector, alongside their special guest Rob Ireson, Innovation and Partnerships Manager at Glass Futures Ltd.
Useful links and additional information
- The Hydrogen Economy Innovation Network is a non-competitive community and an advisory group that pools knowledge from existing hydrogen communities to validate views on the current challenges to enabling low-carbon hydrogen uptake at scale and cost.
- Innovate UK KTN’s Materials Team covers a broad scope of the materials life cycle, from feedstock, processing techniques, design and manufacture, testing, standardisation, resource efficiency and circularity.
- Glass Futures Website
- Hydrogen Economy Innovation Network
- HydroGenerally Podcast Series
- HydroGenerally – Episode 4: Hydrogen in a global maritime industry: plain sailing or a rough ride?
- HydroGenerally – Episode 3: Lift off for hydrogen in aviation
- HydroGenerally – Episode 2: Where should Hydrogen be used?
- HydroGenerally – Episode 1: The colours of hydrogen