HyGear: Systems delivered and installed at Saint-Gobain

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HyGear, a specialist in on-site gas generation technologies has fulfilled the delivery and installation of its Hy.GEN systems at Saint-Gobain (SGO.PA), one of the world’s largest manufacturers of flat glass.

Installations of two units of Hy.GEN 50 systems have been completed at the glass production facility of Saint-Gobain in L’Arboc, Spain. The contract for the hydrogen supply was signed in August last year.

The Hy.GEN is an on-site gas generation system that produces hydrogen by converting natural gas with steam methane reforming which offers a more reliable and cost-effective alternative to conventional supply methods.

The contract also consists of additional storage banks for backup supply and peak consumption periods.

HyGear: Systems delivered and installed at Saint-Gobain

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