| Glass Alliance Europe answered to the stakeholder consultation on the Staff Working Document “For a resilient, innovative, sustainable and digital energy-intensive industries ecosystem: Scenarios for a transition pathway“, to which Glass for Europe…
| High-tech glazing play a crucial role to make buildings more energy efficient, but flat glass technologies are also essential to the clean mobility transition and to renewable solar energy production.
| The CBAM shall be versatile, free from dangerous loopholes, and able to preserve complex EU-based value-chains.
| The flat glass sector is energetically exploring novel ways to lower its industrial emissions and massively scale up its contributions to the EU’s climate neutrality objective.
| The EESC – European Economic and Social Forum has approved the opinion “Glass in Europe at a crossroads: delivering a greener, energy-efficient industry, while enhancing competitiveness and maintaining quality jobs”.
| Based on the findings of the Renovate2Recover study, Glass for Europe calls on Member States to take additional measures to support building renovation.
| Glass for Europe was at Vitrum Milan to talk about “Circular economy in the European building glass sector” and to meet with the colleagues of the International Community of Glass Associations.
| The main functions of windows and facades are to let daylight into buildings and to ensure a visual connection with the exterior.
| The video released today by Glass for Europe shows how glass and its properties are discreet and indispensable components of our lives.
| The benefits delivered by large glazed surface are more than we think. They provide access to natural daylight and a visual connection with the external environment.
| Yesterday, Glass for Europe organized a special on-line workshop entirely dedicate to the “fit for 55” package, which was released on 14 July.
| Glass for Europe is ready to engage with European Parliament and EU Council to trigger a virtuous decarbonisation cycle.
High turnout at Glass for Europe’s technical workshop on the use of interleavants in the flat glass sector
| On 8 June, Glass for Europe held the third of its 2021 workshops with national glass stakeholders.
| Today, 21 June, Glass for Europe answered to the public consultation on revising the Energy Performance of Building Directive (EPBD).
| Yesterday, the European Commission released the update of the EU Industrial Strategy, firstly published in March 2020, just before the explosion of the COVID19 pandemic.
| Glass for Europe has always been clear that high-performance glazing is essential for Europe to move towards climate neutrality. This EU Taxonomy classification comes as a fair recognition of the instrumental role our sector plays in this transition.
| The significant attendance to the Glass For Europe workshop on taxonomy shows the issue is of high concern to the flat glass industry.
| Polish Glass Manufacturers’ Federation, the national association of the Polish glass industry, is a new national partner of Glass for Europe.
| 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.
| 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.