In the document released today, Glass for Europe calls on Member States to develop specific roadmaps for replacing single and early uncoated double glazing.
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Glass for Europe answered to the Consultation on the Renovation Wave initiative for public and private buildings.
As part of the ongoing negotiations on Brexit, the UK and EU are seeking to agree on a Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) on conformity assessment covering the results of third-party conformity notified bodies.
While we witness a timid restarting of the economy, the level of activity in flat glass remains low.
Safeguarding an essential value-chain for Europe’s decarbonisation
Glass for Europe answered today to the European Commission consultation on of how to increase the EU 2030 emission reduction ambition.
Setting an EU-wide financial scheme and a dedicated roadmap for replacing old windows is a wise and easy step to make our buildings more energy-efficient and comfortable.
The European flat glass industry welcomes the European Union’s desire to engage in a Renovation Wave of public and private buildings and is ready to deliver the high-performance glazing EU buildings need to become carbon-neutral by 2050.
Sustainable sourcing of high-quality sand for industrial use
On 10 March, the European Commission presented a New Industrial Strategy for Europe which Glass for Europe welcomed as a promising start to operationalize the carbon-neutrality agenda.