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CTE launches sustainability project
Italian truck mount manufacturer partners with electric vehicle specialist on green equipment range
Telematics: The data driving construction machines
Monitoring data streams to help drive down costs and carbon emissions
Loxam commits to digital transformation
Business outlook positive while group continues to monitor Ukraine
Volvo CE’s first commerical electric machine in Asia
The ECR25 electric excavator by Volvo Construction Equipment is now available to order for customers in South Korea
Kiloutou acquires in Denmark
GSV is Kiloutou’s largest acquisition to date
Tadano to use more Rolls-Royce engines
Japanese crane manufacturer opts for mtu engines from Rolls-Royce for its all terrain cranes
ERA updates sustainability tool
Framework offers unified code of conduct on sustainability 
A vision for net-zero buildings
Zsolt Toth of the Building Performance Institute of Europe discusses the need to measure the whole-life carbon emissions of the built environment
The quest for net zero steel
Zero carbon steel may not be commercially available yet - but that hasn’t stopped some of the world’s biggest construction companies from demanding it
The need for net zero in construction
The climate emergency means the construction industry must evaluate its carbon footprint and develop processes that meet wider sustainability targets and European initiatives - and quickly. Cat Jones reports
Mace appoints low carbon structural engineer
The appointment will see Jessica Lovell lead Mace’s client carbon reduction target
UK rental market rebounds
Companies operating in the UK rental market report a rebounding market
How to create a sustainable rental company
Data key to sustainabilty tools used by rental firms 
Sunbelt results point to strong growth
Strategic priorities including growing tool hire and specialty
Clean energy leader to speak at ERA Convention
Guest speaker Søren Hermansen on energy self-sufficiency
GAP wins gold
Company accredited for best practice in safety, efficiency and environmental protection
Why diesel engines are here to stay
Electric power and alternative fuels have generated lots of headlines but, with diesel engines cleaner and more powerful than ever before, there’s a lot of life left in them, reports Julian Buckley
UK rental company achieves carbon-neutal status
Astley Hire eliminates and offsets 142.1-tonne carbon footprint, meeting PAS 2060 framework requirements
XCMG to reduce carbon footprint of ‘key products’ by 32%
OEM says that by 2035 carbon footprint of key products, including excavators and cranes, will be reduced by 32% 
Delay ‘red diesel’ changes says UK association
Scottish Plant Owners Association issues plea to government before April change
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