| Yesterday, Glass for Europe’s Chairwoman Joana Arreguy from Saint-Gobain participated in the EU Clean Transition Dialogue on industry with EC President and Executive Vice-President.
| On November 21, the European Parliament has adopted its position on the Net-Zero Industry Act with 376 votes to 139 and 116 abstentions.
| Now is the time to focus on energy efficiency, quality and automation with every piece of glass processed.
| Still running strong with upgrades
| High-performance glazing could save up to 37% of the total energy consumption from the EU building stock by 2050!
| The new Fenzi AGT technology revolutionizes automotive glass enamels, reducing costs and energy consumption.
| This year at Vitrum you can see the future of the glass industry
| High thermal efficiency and low energy consumption
| Energy efficiency is one of the key ways to make the electricity you use in production go further.
| Higher production capacity with lower energy consumption
| Measuring the gas concentration of insulating glasses has become more important than ever as it contributes to the energy efficiency of the insulating glass.
| Glaston sees the promotion of sustainable development as an opportunity.
| The rising costs of fossil fuels, at least in big parts of the world, and a general pressure in the reduction of CO2 is driving industries of all kinds to explore and use alternative energy sources.
| This blog on Glastory by Uwe Risle is covering the strategies to minimize costs in insulating glass production.
| Energy-efficient buildings products such as high-performance glazing must be considered as ‘strategic net-zero technology’.
| The European Parliament adopted its position on the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) with 343 votes in favour, 216 against and 78 abstentions.
| Schiatti Angelo Srl has recently installed a new photovoltaic system.
| Glazing technologies can make EU buildings more resilient to future heat waves, enabling the adaption to climate change while helping to reduce energy needs and CO2 emissions.
| Today is the final day to visit the fair! Yorglass displays its energy-efficient Low-e glass cabinets at its booth A20 in Hall 16.
| On behalf of the UK glass industry, British Glass welcomes the announcement from government to extend the Energy Bill Relief Scheme for energy intensive industries to March 2024.