Association of the European Heating Industry (EHI)
Association pour l'industrie européenne de chauffage
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Founded on merger of H-XD2645 - Association of European Manufacturers of Instantaneous Gas Water Heaters and Wall-Hung Boilers and the previous EHI (2000-2002), which founded 30 Jun 2000, Cologne (Germany), as a merger of H-XD3512 - European Heating Boilers Association (EBA) and H-XD0645 - European Committee of Burner Manufacturers.
Represent the joint technical and economic interests of the heating industry towards the European Commission, European Parliament and other EU institutions.
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Executive Council, comprising Chairman, 2 Vice-Chairmen, Secretary General, 2 Advisors, Regulatory Affairs Director, 10 elected members and 2 ex-officio members. Commissions; Working Groups.
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