Glass for Europe answers to the Taxonomy consultation

December 2020 - Glass for Europe

Glass for Europe answers to the Taxonomy consultation

Glass for Europe answered today to the public consultation on a draft Delegated Regulation relating to the EU’s “Taxonomy Regulation”. The Delegated Regulation specifies the Screening Criteria to defines an economic activity as “sustainable” in the context of the Taxonomy Regulation. The Taxonomy Regulation is expected to bring markets towards a more environmentally sustainable model.

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Sustainable finance – EU classification system for green investments

December 2020 Glass for Europe’s comments to Sustainable finance – EU classification system for green investments   The European flat glass sector takes it as its role to produce the materials essential for conducting energy-efficient renovations of buildings, for supporting clean mobility with lighter and thermally efficient automotive glazing and for increasing the share of

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Taxonomy risks undermining Renovation Wave

Glass for Europe joins the call of Renovate Europe for an increase of the energy performance standards for the renovation of buildings in the taxonomy delegated act. In a letter sent to vice Executive Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioner Simson, Renovate Europe highlights the contradiction between the objectives of the Renovation Wave Strategy and the ongoing

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