“Save Gas for a Safe Winter”: Glass for Europe’s reaction

July 2022 - Glass for Europe

“Save Gas for a Safe Winter”: Glass for Europe’s reaction

The European Commission released today, 20 July 2022, a new legislative tool and a European Gas Demand Reduction Plan, to reduce gas use in Europe by 15% until next spring. The initiative includes measures and recommendations aiming at empowering the EU to resist to further gas supply cuts from Russia in the coming months and sets

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The ITRE committee raises the bar on energy efficiency – EED vote

The report on the recast Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) was adopted today by large majority in the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) of the European Parliament. The ITRE committee agreed to increase to 14.5% (compared to the 2020 reference scenario) the 2030 energy efficiency target and to make it binding at both EU

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Glass for Europe’s recommendations on the revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR)

Today, the European flat glass association releases its recommendations on the revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR). “Glass for Europe welcomes the European Commission’s proposal for a new Construction Products Regulation” says Justin Loup, Technical Regulations and Project Advisor. “This proposal could reinforce the single market principles for construction products and stimulates the move

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Revision of the Construction Products Regulation

Revision of the Construction Products Regulation A well-guided proposal requiring adaptations to become workable and an effective driver of sustainability and digitalisation in construction Glass for Europe welcomes the European Commission’s (EC) proposal for a revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR), COM (2022) 144 final. As the EU trade association representing Europe’s building glass

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