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Jacobs bridge systems yield non-road engine brake opportunities
Fulcrum Bridge and Spring Bridge systems make engine brakes applicable to more off-highway engines
JCB to give hydrogen combustion update
Tim Burnhope will give presentation at the online New Power Progress Summit on 3 May
Tadano to develop electric RT crane
The company said it will launch the world’s first electric rough terrain crane to market by late 2023
Kohler launches rental partner program
Program designed to support rental firms in reducing fleets’ running and maintenance costs
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
BorgWarner’s technology for hybrid commercial vehicles
How BorgWarner is planning development diesel hybrid technologies for commercial vehicles
JCB manufactures 750,000th engine
Landmark reached in just 17 years of production
How new engines are driving down carbon emissions
A look at how new engines can help construction businesses lower their carbon footprint
Tenneco drives ahead with e-fuels
OEM joins research project to develop climate-neutral fuels for construction equipment
Tadano sets sustainability as business goal
Product range will be gradually converted to engine technologies with zero emissions, or at least significantly reduced emissions
10 ways to join the hydrogen power revolution
Interest in the use of hydrogen has soared over the past few years as the construction industry races to reduce its carbon footprint. We roundup some recent initiatives
How construction change is spearheading move to zero carbon
The pace of change and innovation has accelerated sharply as the industry searches for the best routes to a more sustainable future
Liebherr in Ehingen switches to HVO fuel
Mobile crane manufacturer in Ehingen, Germany, switches to HVO fuel alternative to diesel claimed to be climate-neutral
JCB India’s new Stage IV equipment
JCB India has brought in the CEV Stage IV Emission Standards across its range of wheeled machines
Reinvention and resilience of Parker Filtration reaps rewards for customers
Reinvention of Parker Filtration reaps rewards for customers
42nd Engine Yearbook hits top gear
Engine manufacturers hit but not devastated by impact of COVID-19
6 ways to increase fuel efficiency for heavy construction equipment
Steve Nendick of Cummins offers advice for site managers on reducing costs and CO2 emissions
Aggreko develops its first hydrogen genset
The first 50 kVA hydrogen combustion generator has been tested and 10 additional units are now being built
Doosan Infracore wins giant engine order
Chinese forklift manufacturer Linde China orders 15,000 Stage V/Tier 4 engines
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