The glass industry calls on the national authorities to include their installations in the National Gas Security of Supply Emergency Plans as « critical non-protected customer »
Today, the glass sectors adopted a joint position on the reform of the EU ETS. The position paper stresses the need to make use of the reform to preserve the industry capacity to innovate and invest.
Glass Fibre Europe calls on the authorities to include in the energy contingency plans the continuous supply of energy to the Continuous Filament Glass Fibre installations and to consult the manufacturers in case of potential energy shortages
Joint letter from the industrial enery consumers to the European decision-makers
The energy-intensive industries call upon EU leaders to swiftly address the exponential increase in energy prices
Glass Fibre Europe published on its website an updated version of its report on “Continuous Filament Glass Fibre and Human Health”
Glass Alliance Europe adopted a new position paper on the future CBAM
Status of Continuous Filament Glass Fiber products under selected international chemical regulations
Continuous Filament Glass Fiber (CFGF) products meet the definition of Article in various international chemical regulations. While the wording may differ from country to country, the letter and intend of the definitions are consistent and applicable to CFGF products.
Glass Fibre Europe adopted a position paper to stress the need to ensure the presence of workers on site and the critical role of its production
The High-Level Group on Energy-intensive industries adopted a “Masterplan for a Competitive Transformation of EU Energy-intensive Industries”