The Low E-Glass market is projected to grow at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period, reaching a total market size of US$XX billion in 2024. Rising awareness regarding energy saving is significantly driving the demand for low e-glass across various industries. Growing concerns regarding environmental sustainability is pressurizing glass companies to invest heavily in R&D so as to meet both consumer demands and environmental-focused legal requirements, thus positively impacting the growth of low e-glass market. Geographically, North America and Europe hold significant market share owing to strict CO2 emission standards. APAC is projected to witness a significant CAGR during the projected period owing to rising construction activities across both residential and commercial sector.
Growing concerns regarding environmental sustainability
Rising construction activities
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In October 2018, AGC and Panasonic entered into a partnership aimed to develop vacuum insulated glass by combining Panasonic’s plasma display panel development and manufacturing technology with AGC’s low e-glass technology and glass processing techniques.
In November 2017, AGC launched a new range of product called Thermobel Scena, under its low e-glass brand Thermobel.
The major players profiled in the Low E-Glass market include Vitro Architectural Glass, Glaz-Tech Industries, Romag, GUARDIAN GLASS LLC., SCHOTT AG, AGC Glass, Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd, Saint-Gobain Group, PPG Industries, Inc., and Central Glass Co., Ltd.
The Low E-Glass Market has been analyzed through the following segments:
Hard Low E-Glass
Soft Low E-Glass
Middle East and Africa