A byproduct of biodiesel production could soon yield another alternative fuel: hydrogen. The Linde Group will be building a demonstration plant later this year to turn glycerine into hydrogen. The plant, which will come on line in mid-2010, is being built on the same site as an existing facility in Leuna, Germany. The glycerine will be converted to a hydrogen-rich gas via a pyrolisis and reformation process. That gas will be fed into an existing hydrogen processing facility to be purified and li
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