The Biden Administration announced the selection of seven regional clean hydrogen hubs that will receive $7 billion in funding as part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The hubs are expected to accelerate the domestic market for low-cost, clean hydrogen, providing a future source of clean energy for U.S. glass production. In a Glass International report about the announcement, GMIC President Scott Cooper commented on the opportunity to use hydrogen as part of the glass industry’s decarbonization goals. See the complete story here.
An interview with Scott Cooper, Technical Director for CelSian USA, appears in the current issue of Glass Worldwide, the preferred journal of GMIC.
Cooper discusses his new role at CelSian, his second term as GMIC president, and planning for the association’s future within a changing glass industry.
Read the interview here or in the Sept/Oct 2023 issue of Glass Worldwide.