Insignificance of window performance declining rate under EED article 7

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Insignificance of window performance declining rate under EED article 7

  Today, Friday Mars 15th, Bertrand Cazes, Secretary General of Glass for Europe, intervened at the Energy Efficiency Expert Group meeting on the calculation of energy savings under Article 7. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the possibility to develop non-binding lifetime values for calculating energy savings and to assess if applying a

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Vacancy: Public Affairs Intern

Public Affairs Intern Download the pdf. Glass for Europe is the trade association for Europe’s flat glass sector. Flat glass is the material that goes into a variety of end products, primarily in windows and facades for buildings, windscreens and windows for automotive and transport as well as solar energy equipment, furniture and appliances. Glass

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Flat glass off-cuts must be considered as by-products

Since flat glass off-cuts meet all criteria to be considered as by-product set in the Waste framework Directive (2018/851), Glass for Europe calls on Member States to take the necessary measures for a full recognition of this valuable resource for the flat glass industry and facilitate the move to a more circular economy. Flat glass

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Flat glass manufacturing to be considered an “environmentally sustainable activity” in the EC taxonomy context

  On February 22, Glass for Europe responded to the consultation launched by the technical expert group on sustainable finance established by the European Commission. In particular, Glass for Europe responded to the consultation on the first proposed selected economic activities that contribute substantially to climate change mitigation. This selection of activities, also known as

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Performance requirements: windows we install today will deliver energy savings for coming decades

Setting ambitious minimum performance requirements for windows and guaranteeing proper enforcement are key conditions to ensure that glazing deliver its full benefits to reducing energy consumption from Europe’s building stock. New recent data on the average energy performance of glazed products already installed in buildings across Europe come as a baffling reminder that too much

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