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The European flat glass sector association releases its recommendations on the review of the Emissions Trading Scheme Directive.
The European flat glass sector takes as its role to produce the materials essential for renovating Europe’s buildings, for supporting the clean mobility transition and for increasing the share of renewable solar energy in Europe.
To help educate the consumer on the benefits of energy-efficient windows, the National Fenestration Rating Council and the well-respected Efficient Windows Collaborative have redesigned and updated the website efficientwindows.org.
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Nicole Harris to represent trade associations within the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
British Glass and the rest of the UK glass industry are delighted to be celebrating the UN’s International Year of Glass throughout 2022.
Glass Futures is holding a workshop to identify sustainability challenges and opportunities in glass manufacturing in the UK and India.
NGA has published two new resources – Types of Decorative Glass Glass Technical Paper (GTP) and Thermal Bridging Considerations at Interface Conditions Design Guide.
The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) will host a webinar entitled “Gas Filling of Insulating Glass Units, Part 1” on Tuesday, January 18 at 11:30 a.m. Eastern.
Şişecam Temperable Solar Control Low-E Glass Neutral 62/44 product was used in the project.
Reinhard Conradt, former Professor and Chair of Glass and Ceramic Composites of RWTH Aachen University, is the new President of the International Commission on Glass (ICG).
Registration is now open for the 2022 FGIA Hybrid Annual Conference to be held February 28-March 3, with both in-person and virtual options for participation.
The energy-intensive industries call upon EU leaders to swiftly address the exponential increase in energy prices.
FGIA has released an updated certification document describing recommendations for compliance with minimum Quality Management System (QMS) requirements for AAMA Certification Programs Licensees.
To decarbonise the EU building stock and boost its sustainability, the European Commission is on right tracks, but it needs to accelerate.
Both FGIA’s Fundamentals of Fenestration and Preventing IG Failures education programs will be overhauled in 2022.
The online NGA Store has over 150 products for the industry, including technical bulletins and manuals, tools to build a better business, or market news and intel.
FGIA has released an updated specification describing test procedures and requirements for architectural quality aluminum oxide coatings applied to aluminum extrusions and panels for architectural products.
Glass for Europe has released its position paper on the extension of the EU ETS system to buildings and transport.
Network Space Developments (NSD) has appointed Bowmer + Kirkland to build the £54million Global Centre of Excellence at Saints Retail Park in St Helen’s.
As hard as it is to believe, 2021 was only the second year of FGIA’s existence.
Şişecam, the only global player in all core areas of glass, hosted the leading names of the world glass industry at the 36th Şişecam Glass Symposium with the theme “Glass is Future”.
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