Glass industry chief: 'Energy efficiency not a cap on industrial growth'

Europe’s energy intensive industries are probably divided on the merits of power savings targets for 2030, but if the right mix of unambiguous and universal targets and measures can be agreed – and explained – opposition could fade away, argues Houchan Shoeibi.

Houchan Shoeibi is the CEO of Saint-Gobain Glass and chairman of Glass for Europe.He was answering a written Q&A from EurActiv.

Read the interview here.

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