NSG Group experts will join other influential contributors at this year’s Glasstec conference that will be focused on decarbonisation. Specifically targeted leading-edge lectures will offer attendees a blend of theory and practice on this pressing global issue.
The conference will address all five global mega trends: climate (emissions reduction and renewable energy); urbanisation (future-proof architecture with glass); value (sustainable-added value), resources (using resources efficiently and sustainably) and well-being (increased quality of life through glass). Its content will scrutinise such questions as how CO2 can be saved in the production, processing and finishing of glass, and which glass products can provide a positive contribution. Specialists will address these and other issues on the open stage in Hall 11.
NSG Group’s experts David Cast and Dr Kevin Sanderson will talk on the Group CO2 emission targets and ZEB philosophy on Wednesday, September 21, at 10:20 in Hall 11.
NSG Group commits to greenhouse gas emission reduction targets aligned to climate science. The target covers all scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, aligned with a below 2 degrees Celsius warming scenario.
With the growing interest in zero energy buildings (ZEB), a study has been undertaken to determine the ideal product characteristics to match the requirements in each geographical region.
The presentation will provide an insight into the company’s and the glass industry’s activities that are needed to align with the global ambition for decarbonisation.