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Today’s energy prices are an existential threat for the future of Europe’s glass industry.
Glass for Europe wants to share 3 reflections from the flat glass industry ahead of upcoming the extraordinary meeting of EU energy ministers in Brussels.
Glass Alliance Europe renews its call for urgent and decisive actions at EU and national levels to support the glass industry.
Customers are willing to invest for something new, viable, exclusive and with added value like RCN’s proposals.
With predictions of sky-high energy costs and electricity shortages this winter, everyone should take an ‘all hands on deck’ approach to combat home heating loss by improving their existing windows, states the nonprofit International Window Film…
Efficient energy renovations must be backed by effective regulations.
Şişecam will attend Eurasia Glass 2022 to be held at TUYAP Fair and Congress Center from November 12 to 16. Şişecam will showcase its high-performance products to visitors at the fair.
The latest Glastory blog is looking back at glasstec 2022 and listing 4 key takeaways.
Living comfort, energy savings and environmental sustainability
GlassBuild 2022 has just ended and, as a matter of course, here we are to take stock.
Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) have the potential to generate a significant shift in building renovation.
Glaston’s ProL-zone to be put to the test
Glass Technical Paper addresses ASHRAE 90.1 and the IECC
AGC Glass France is to close its B2 float line at its Boussois manufacturing facility.
Industry is a major energy consumer. For Saint-Gobain, reducing this consumption is one of the key components of its roadmap towards carbon neutrality by 2050.
Şişecam presented its wide range of innovative products to visitors at its exclusively designed booth at the Glasstec Fair.
One of the largest European projects for the study of Hydrogen combustion in the glass industry
The energy intensive industries welcome the efforts undertaken by the Member States to solve the energy crisis in the European Union.
Glass Futures will be among those leading the net zero conversation at both the Labour Party and Conservative Party conferences.
British Glass welcomes the announcement from government to cap energy prices and assist businesses, including the glass industry, with the ongoing energy crisis for an initial six months.
At Glasstec the spotlight is on indoor comfort, energy savings and environmental sustainability with the most expansive array of technologies engineered for the international glass industry.
MTH, the furnace designed for those who have to manage large load volumes and process very large slabs without sacrificing Quality, Flexibility, Energy Savings.
The new stand from Glas Trösch provides visitors with knowledge about the environmentally friendly and resource-saving use of glass.
Time to materialise targeted support for the glass industry, asks Glass Alliance Europe to the European Commission.