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.
Full potential of Vacuum Insulation Panels still unknown by professionals in the building sector - 4 October 2018
On 27 September 2018 over 50 participants gathered in Vienna, Austria, to attend the first ever conference organised by the Vacuum Insulation Panel Association (VIPA International). Read More >>
GSH Press Release: RAL Quality Mark VIP – revised quality regulations - 18 September 2018
Brussels, 18 September 2018, GSH Press release on RAL Quality Mark VIP – revised quality regulations. Vacuum Insulation Panels (VIP) are high-performance thermal insulation panels which ensure an extreme high insulation quality with a minimum of panel thickness.Read More >>
New video about the Vacuum Insulation Panels industry available! - 13 September 2018
VIPA International is proud to announce the release of a new promotional video about the Vacuum Insulation Panels (VIPs) industry, created in an effort to raise awareness about the different applications of VIPs and the benefits they bring.Read More >>
German Enterprise Centre Qingdao in P.R. China built with VIP technology - 16 July 2018
VIPA regrets EU negotiators agreement on energy efficiency - 21 June 2018
VIPA International is disappointed by the agreement that negotiators from the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of the EU reached on 19 June regarding new rules for improving energy efficiency in Europe.Read More >>
Refurbishment of apartment buildings in The Netherlands with VIP technology results in improved EPC - 16 May 2018
This case study shows how VIPs contributed to improve the energy efficiency of apartment buildings in The Netherlands in a cost efficient mannerRead More >>