Potential impact of high-performance glazing on energy and CO2 savings in Europe

Potential impact of high-performance glazing on energy and CO2 savings in Europe
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Date: 6 November 2019

At Guardian Glass, it’s part of our vision to help people improve their lives and to do so responsibly while consuming fewer resources.

Glass for Europe has commissioned a study on how high-performance glazing can have a significant impact on energy savings and CO2 emissions reductions and provides policy recommendations for Europe. We are aligned with the conclusions from this study and support proactive, immediate policy measures that are also attractive to consumers.

Potential impact of high-performance glazing on energy and CO2 savings in Europe

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About Glass for Europe

Glass for Europe is the trade association for Europe’s flat glass sector. It brings together multinational firms and thousands of SMEs across Europe to represent the whole building glass value-chain. Glass for Europe supports and enables a dynamic, influential and valued flat glass industry in the European Union, by way of advocacy and targeted communication activities. Guardian Glass is a member of Glass for Europe.

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