The founder members of the Glazing Supply Chain Group are:
Giles Willson, GGF Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Technical Affairs commented: It’s extremely positive that we now have this joint Group set up to support key campaigns to try and influence and possibly change policy to help companies in the industry supply chain.
The Glazing Supply Chain Group’s main objectives are:
Dave Cox, President of the European Window Film Association said: The industry can only benefit from this new group and I am sure that more support from other trade bodies will be forthcoming, to enhance the Group and its campaigns even further.
The group’s first completed project is the National Energy Foundation (NEF) independent research report on the energy efficiency of windows/glazing and their contribution to the overall energy saving and reduction in carbon emissions from buildings in the UK.
The study was commissioned by the Group to identify:
The completed report, entitled Glazing in Buildings reducing energy use is available for download on the Group’s new website.
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