Polish Glass joins Glass for Europe as national partners

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Polish Glass joins Glass for Europe as national partners

Polish Glass Manufacturers’ Federation, the national association of the Polish glass industry, is a new national partner of Glass for Europe. With the support of 8 national glass and glazing national associations representing thousands of flat glass processors and transformers from all over Europe, Glass for Europe pursues its mission of supporting a dynamic, influential,

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Glass for Europe at MIR STEKLA

On March 22nd, Glass for Europe was virtually in Moscow for the 22nd edition of MIR STEKLA, the International Exhibition for Glass Products, Manufacturing, Processing and Finishing Technology. MIR STEKLA is an international exhibition of technologies and equipment for glass production and processing. Bertrand Cazes, Secretary General of Glass for Europe, participated in the opening

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Glass for Europe contributes to the new European Bauhaus

Glass for Europe contributed to the new European Bauhaus to highlight the importance of considering buildings in all their dimensions and to promote a people-centred approach to architecture. Thanks to high energy performance glazing, buildings can be energy efficient without making compromise on design, aesthetic, and occupant’s wellbeing. Glass is an incomparable material made to

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National certification schemes for automotive glass

The European automotive glass industry is concerned by the increasing number of national certification schemes for automotive glass put in place worldwide. Glass for Europe calls on the national authorities to continue cooperating in the United Nations framework and reconsider the introduction of unilateral national schemes and trade barriers. The safety of glass pieces mounted

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Generating a window replacement wave

To materialize, the Renovation Wave needs to be backed by an ambitious revision of both the Energy Efficiency Directive and the Energy Performance of Building Directive. This is the message that the European flat glass and window industries represented by Glass for Europe, EuroWindoor, ARGE, European Aluminium, EPPA and ES-SO, want to send to EU

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Workshop on Reaction to fire

On 19 February, Glass for Europe hosted its first online workshop on Reaction to fire for national partners . Glass and glazing national associations demanded to discuss the issue with peers from other countries and companies’ experts, and Glass for Europe’s workshops resulted to be the best format to provide a forum for discussion to its

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Glass for Europe answers to EED and RED public consultation

The European Commission is working on a review of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) to address the remaining gaps and set a new legislative framework fit for the 55% greenhouse gas reduction objective. In November 2020, a series of public consultations have been launched to seek stakeholder views. Glass

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Window replacement at the core of national resilience and recovery plans

  Window replacement at the core of national resilience and recovery plans   Brussels, 1 February 2021 The European window and door eco-system represented by EuroWindoor, ARGE, European Aluminium, EPPA, ES-SO, and Glass for Europe joined forces to call on National Governments to put Window replacement at the core of national Resilience and Recovery Plans.

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BV Glas joins Glass for Europe as National Partners

Glass for Europe welcomes a new National Partners, BV Glas, the Federal Association of the German Glass Industry. BV Glass represents the environmental, economic and energy policy interests of around 80 percent of German glass manufacturing companies. “We are pleased to be welcoming BV Glas as a National Partner. This decision consolidates the long-lasting cooperation

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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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