The schedule for the upcoming Hydrogen in Glass Manufacturing is now live.

Day One starts at 10:30am BST, where we hear from Grzegorz Pawelec, Research, Innovation and Funding Manager, Hydrogen Europe.

The proceedings for day one ends with a joint presentation from Shrikar Chakravarti and Minish Shah of Linde.

Day One - Morning Session

10:30- Could hydrogen solve the EU's heavy industry decarbonisation dilemma?
Grzegorz Pawelec, Research, Innovation and Funding Manager, Hydrogen Europe

10:55- The role of hydrogen in the decarbonization of hard to abate sectors
Roberto Maria Pattumelli, Hydrogen Business Development Manager, Shell

11:20- Making HEINEKEN bottles greener: carbon neutral glass production by 2040
Eric Giljam, Category Leader Glass, HEINEKEN

11:45- Glass Production Decarbonisation Utilising Hydrogen
Peter Čas, Steklarna Hrastnik
Tilen Sever, Steklarna Hrastnik

Afternoon Session

14:00- GlassTrend - the international consortium for joint technology development enhancing sustainable glass production
Oscar Verheijen, Chairman of the GlassTrend Board

14:25- Hydrogen in Glassmaking, Joaqíun de Diego Rincón, Director Combustion Applications Europe, Nippon Gases

14:50- The idea of Total Recovery Glass Furnace and the LIFE SUGAR Project - Ernesto Catteano, Stara Glass

15:15- Preparing for Sustainable Glass Production – Technical and Economic Investigation of Hydrogen Supply for Glass Melting
Shrikar Chakravarti, Linde
Minish Shah, Linde

Day Two starts at 10:30am on Wednesday 16th June with Palma González García, the Innovation Programme Manager at Glass Futures. She will be presenting the paper 'Hydrogen: An Alternative Fuel For Glass Furnaces'.

The conference concludes with Ludovic Ferrand of Vercane, who will be presenting the paper 'Innovative Methodologies to Pave the Way Towards Neutral Carbon Glass'.

Day Two - Morning Session

10:30- Hydrogen: An Alternative Fuel For Glass Furnaces
Palma González García
, Innovation Programme Manager at Glass Futures


10:55- The Influence of Hydrogen in Future Furnace Operation
Stuart Hakes
, CEO at F.I.C. (UK) Limited

11:20- HyGlass - Hydrogen Utilization as a Decarbonization Measure for the Glass Industry
Jörg Leicher
, Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e.V. (GWI)
Bledar Islami, Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e.V. (GWI)
Anne Giese, Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e.V. (GWI)
Klaus Görner Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e.V. (GWI)
Johann Overath - BV Glas – Bundesverband Glasindustrie

11:45- Hydrogen as fuel for the glass industry, what are the challenges?
Sander Gersen, DNV
Oscar Verheijen, Senior consultant, CelSian Glass & Solar

Afternoon Session

14:00- New FlammaTec CF burner – A Flexible Oxy-Gas Burner for Hydrogen- Natural Gas- and a Wide Range of Mixtures
Dipl. Ing. Andreas Birle, Managing Director of FlammaTec Germany

14:25- Some thoughts about hydrogen combustion in glass melting
Dirk Schnurpfeil
, Research and Development, Sorg

14:50- Hydrogen as a source of combustion energy
Luc Jarry,
World Business Line, Glass and Metal Market Director, Air Liquide

15:15- Innovative Methodologies to Pave the Way Towards Neutral Carbon Glass Ludovic Ferrand, Future Industry Lab Manager at Vercane

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