The Vacuum Insulation Panel Association (VIPA International) is a global trade association representing the interests of manufacturers of vacuum insulation panels, as well as the supply chain. The mission of the association is to act as the global voice of the vacuum insulation panel industry, promote quality and raise awareness about the potential of saving space and energy costs, and reducing carbon dioxide emissions in a wide range of applications and industries.
The association was created in August 2014 by a group of ten companies: Evonik Industries; Fujian Super Tech; Hanita Coatings; Kingspan Insulation; Knauf Insulation; Owens Corning; Qingdao Kerui New Environmental Materials; Rexor; Turna and va-Q-Tec.
Standardisation of vacuum insulation panels worldwide - 22 August 2017
VIPA International is pleased to see that standardisation activities on this technology are progressing well around the world Read More >>
VIPA International calls for more ambitious energy efficiency targets - 03 July 2017
Following the publication of Council conclusions on Energy Efficiency Directive and Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, VIPA International calls for the approval of more ambitious energy efficiency targets. Read More >>
VIPA International launches the Chinese Mandarin version of its website - 26 June 2017
The website of VIPA International is now available in Chinese Mandarin and can be easily accessed from China. Chinese companies and stakeholders with an interest in Vacuum Insulation Panels will now be able to follow the latest news on VIPs. Read More >>
Aktivhaus B10 project uses VIP technology - 10 April 2017
The research project Aktivhaus B10 investigates how innovative materials, construction methods and technologies can improve the built environment in a sustainable way. VIP is one of the participating technologies.Read More >>
VIPA International welcomes the provisional agreement on the new European Regulation on energy efficiency labelling - 30 March 2017
We are convinced that the new A to G label will allow consumers to take informed decisions when they buy their appliancesRead More >>
Placing energy efficiency first and adopting more ambitious targets are imperative to comply with Paris Agreement - 30 Nov. 2016
VIPA International welcomes the proposals published today to review the Energy Efficiency Directive and the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive Read More >>