Hopes that hydrogen can be used instead of natural gas to produce the high-temperature heat required in glass production have been dealt a blow after a German pilot study found that H2 indirectly caused discolouration and other “changes in glass quality”.
Blow for green glass | Hydrogen reduces product quality when replacing natural gas, pilot finds
H2 indirectly causes discolouration and other issues when used in glass manufacturing, researchers discover
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Editor's note: US District Judge Mary Ann Vial Lemmon dismissed the litigation against the owners of Mariner Shipyard in April 2010.