All Emissions Articles

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
Spain’s GAM doubles profit in 2021
Acquisitions and investments strengthen GAM’s position
FIEC to host webinar on transition to greener construction
Virtual event will ask what the construction industry can do to move towards carbon neutrality?
First publicly tendered wind project in Uzbekistan
The new project will contribute to the country’s renewable energy goals
Award-winning climate director to speak at Futureworx
Interview: Lara Young reveals what the contractor is doing to reach its 2035 net zero goal
Trime adds new solar light tower to T-Zero range
X-Pole Solar Pro light tower is emission free and noiseless
Wallenius Wilhelmsen invests in Equippo
New funding will allow Swiss-based used equipment specialist to expand
Mollo Noleggio makes two acquisitions
Deals are in line with company’s plans to expand in Italy
Futureworx to showcase autonomy and AI
Komatsu, Xwatch, Snorkel, Plantforce Rentals, Bomag, Hitachi and others among show partners
Emissions calculator to help construction’s sustainability drive
New tool will help users find greener alternatives to diesel fuel
ERA invites sustainability award entries
The deadline for awards entries is 25 February 2022.
Executive Hire Show exhibitors report buoyant UK market
UK demand driven by Stage V and steady construction activity
Major cities make push on electric construction equipment
What role are major cities playing in the switch to electric or low-emission construction equipment?
Ramirent launches first ‘green shift’ branch
Specialist centre in Norway targets key customer challenge, as Oslo aims for emission-free construction by 2025
Opportunities in the wind
Mark Matthew on why delays in offshore wind projects must not be allowed to hinder green progress
Wacker Neuson’s electric equipment tested
Case study: Wacker Neuson’s zero emission range used for city centre renovation project
Four reasons building physics engineering is on the rise
Rob Gill on the key construction challenges that will see his specialism go mainstream this year
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