Design of a hybrid mid-sized pilot furnace for flat glass

AGC and Saint-Gobain are collaborating on the design of a pilot breakthrough flat glass line that is expected to significantly reduce its direct CO2 emissions. 

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Electro-boosting installation ongoing at Osterweddingen plant 

After Moustier (Belgium) and Seingbouse (France), the installation of electro-boosting is now ongoing in our site in Osterweddingen (Germany).

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AGC continues to expand production of low embodied CO2 float glass

The AGC plant in Seingbouse (France) has also started producing Low-Carbon Glass, marking the next step in the planned long-term Group-wide rollout! 

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Low-Carbon glass 

With the launch of a Low-Carbon glass range, AGC is now offering its customers glass, which – from the extraction of raw materials to final installation – generates more than 40% less CO2 than our standard glass.





A solar facility operated by E.ON provides AGC Glass Hungary with a source of renewable energy 


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Our roadmap to carbon neutrality

AGC's holistic approach to achieve CO2-neutral glass production by 2050, not only includes decarbonising the glass production processes but also eliminating all CO2 emissions from the supply chain upstream of our processes and other indirect emissions





AGC and Helexia implement one of the largest rooftop photovoltaic self-consumption plants in Spain

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Glass recycling

Glass is endlessly recyclable like no other product. Our main objective is to use as much glass cullet as possible in our production processes.



AGC’s glass transport in Italy also shifting to HVO fuelled trucks thanks to partnership with Lannutti

This helps AGC take another step in making the supply chain increasingly greener with HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) fuels.

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Local sourcing of sand

“Just good enough” sands allowed AGC to reduce the transport needed, decrease the processing actions, reduce waste and our use of natural resources.

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