| Glass for Europe is officially a member of the European Solar PV Industry Alliance, an initiative launched in December 2022 by the European Commission.
| Glass for Europe welcomes the objectives set by the Commission in the Green Deal Industrial Plan and is ready to keep on producing the key technologies and products for EU's climate neutral transition.
| 2023 starts with a new National Partner joining Glass for Europe’s family: the Association of Glass Nordic (AGN).
| The recognition of the CE marking for construction products in the UK will be extended for a further 2.5 years. The new deadline is therefore set for 30 June 2025.
| The second Glass for Europe annual meeting for glass and glazing national associations took place on 29 November.
| The flat glass industry in the middle of a major industrial transformation process to reduce all emissions and this requires significant investments.
| 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 industry calls for urgent and robust EU support measures for the glass sector to face the on-going energy crisis
| Glass Alliance Europe renews its call for urgent and decisive actions at EU and national levels to support the glass industry.
| Efficient energy renovations must be backed by effective regulations.
| Glass for Europe was in Singapore at Glasstech Asia to present the 2050 vision of the flat glass industry in a climate neutral Europe.
| Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) have the potential to generate a significant shift in building renovation.
| Glass for Europe is glad to announce a new partnership with RE-Source Platform.
| Yesterday, Glass for Europe was in France to talk about the European Union climate policies at the CEKAL conference dedicated to certified glazing, climate issues, circular economy and recycling.
| AGC Glass Europe’s production plant in Moustier, Belgium, will be the first AGC plant to produce low-carbon glass.
| The event, held in the framework of the International Year of Glass, explored the new trends and the role played by glazing in designing a more sustainable built environment.
Glass for Europe highlights the dangers of the current energy crisis in the context of the war in Ukraine
| The geopolitical events at the borders of Europe are of high concerns to all of us seeking peace, security, and prosperity in Europe.
| Glass for Europe have been active advocating the recognition of the specific need of continuous glass production and reacted to the Communication “Save Gas for a Safe Winter” with the joint press release below.
| Glass for Europe lead the work on the paper released today by Glass Alliance Europe on the revision of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) and the recast of the European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR).
| The report on the recast Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) was adopted today by large majority in the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) of the European Parliament.
| Today, the European flat glass association releases its recommendations on the revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR).