Glass for Europe
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
rue Belliard, 199
Mr Bertrand Cazes
Mr Bertrand Cazes
As the trade association of Europe's manufacturers of building, automotive and solar-energy glass, Glass for Europe aims to:
- explain and promote the value and contribution of the glass industry and its products.
- communicate effectively about the role of high-tech glass products in providing light, comfort, style, safety, security and energy-efficient solutions to buildings, transport and all its other applications.
- represent the industry in a dynamic, responsible and transparent manner on relevant policy and regulatory initiatives.
- contribute to worldwide initiatives on product safety.
Below are the five main policy fields monitored by Glass for Europe:
- Energy and climate
- Industry and Competitiveness
Glass for Europe:
- responds to EU public consultations
- engages with EU civil servants and MEPs to present the industry's interests and positions when relevant
- drafts, circulates and communicates position papers dealing with the above EU policies.
Glass for Europe is not involved in any EU-funded project.
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Only member companies operating flat glass manufacturing plant in the EU can become members of Glass for Europe. List available here: http://www.glassforeurope.com/en/about/our-members.php
Glass for Europe is a member of Glass Alliance Europe: www.glassallianceeurope.eu .
Glass for Europe is part of the Coalition for Energy Savings and a contributor to the Renovate Europe Campaign.
Glass for Europe is also a member of Construction Products Europe and CLEPA as glass manufacturers supply both the construction and automotive sectors.
01/2014 - 12/2014
100,000 € - 199,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.