The Energy Efficiency Industrial Forum (EEIF) representing a wide range of European industries providing energy efficient products and services – of which ECI is a member of – welcomes the European Commission’s efforts in proposing a coherent ‘Clean Energy for All’ Package. Worth an annual €150 billion contribution to the EU economy and around 1 million direct jobs, the EEIF now calls on the co-legislators to go further on the energy efficiency legislation, and to equip industry with a long-term ambition and an enabling framework to accelerate investments in energy efficiency.
Architects are being called to showcase their most arresting copper and copper alloy designs as the European Copper in Architecture Awards 18 opens for entries.
The COP22 in Marrakech has finished and once again the international community has gathered to discuss its responsibilities in the fight against climate change, because to this day there is still no international regulatory system that is comprehensive and binding.
New December case study presents the copper wire in thermal shield for the Webb Telescope.
After the devastating March 22 terror attacks at Brussels Airport, the departures hall was reconstructed and reopened in time for the busy summer season. Those familiar with the airport, however, may find that the renovated area looks a little different now. The iconic statue ‘Flight in mind’, which greeted millions of travellers over the years, has been removed.
ECI, as Secretariat for the REACH Copper Consortium, has updated its Letter of Access agreements to take into account the European Commission’s Implementing Regulation (2016/9) on data-sharing.
Bernard Respaut succeeds John Schonenberger, who will retire at the end of 2016, after leading, for 17 years, the Brussels-based association representing the global copper industry in Europe
ECI welcomes today’s European Parliament Industry (ITRE) Committee vote on Phase IV of the Emissions Trading System.
New case study tells the story of the making of NASA’s first 3D-printed copper rocket engine part.
A qualitative assessment and a recognition that globally priced industries are unable to pass regional carbon costs are needed to ensure equal treatment for EU non-ferrous metals producers.