Ukraine to build energy-saving glass production

Date: 7 October 2011
Source: http://www.steklosouz.ru
Ministry of Regional Development and construction of housing and communal services of Ukraine is ready to support four large-scale investment project aimed at reducing dependence on imports of Ukrainian market of building materials, including related to the production of energy-saving glass.

Ukraine is ready to take an equal partnership with the public and private capital in the following projects: building enterprises for the production of energy-efficient windows, reconstruction of a plant for making cement, building a plant for producing cement clinker and increased production of composite materials.

It should be noted in connection with these plans in Ukraine, the Ministry also took a course in developing regulatory frameworks with high demands on operating characteristics of building materials.

Energy-saving glass in double glazing is an important element of modern energy-efficient homes. Most governments today have advocated the introduction of energy efficient technologies in the building, creating a stable civilized approach to conservation of our planet's resources.

Source: WINDOWS MEDIA

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