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Skanska’s Q2 results reveal improving conditions globally
Skanska released its second quarter results with gains in construction
US government approve US$12.6 billion hydrogen hub programme
State and federal entities approved a US$12.6 billion hydrogen hub build
Benninghoven creates wood dust burner to make ‘green asphalt’
Benninghoven has created a wood dust burner for a carbon-reduced asphalt mixing plant
US EPA announces grants to investigate novel construction materials
US agency is looking into how new construction materials impact environment
AGCO exec: How engine suppliers can solve customer challenges
At Power Progress Summit, AGCO’s Kelvin Bennett will speak to how to help meet customer needs in the energy transition
One for all: Standardizing battery-powered equipment on job sites
Stefan Pfetsch, managing director of Wacker Neuson, reveals all on the company’s collaboration with competitors on a standardized, cross-platform battery for construction equipment
A look at five winners of Tall Building Awards’ awards for tall buildings
Tall Building Awards announced its annual list of winners

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How science and tech are combining to drive more sustainable road construction
Equipment manufacturers are embracing technology to reduce both emissions and costs
ERA publishes guidance on carbon reporting
Report offers step-by-step methodology for calculating carbon emissions across all three scopes
Aggreko buys solar power operator
Joins Aggreko’s Energy Transition Solutions division in US
JCB takes “major step” on hydrogen journey
UK OEM unveils hydrogen generator concept at Hillhead
Tadano partners with Vestas
Japanese crane manufacturer announces new collaboration for nacelle cranes
China building ‘world’s largest’ solar farm near Mongolia
A China-based power company has announced a mass solar build near the border of Mongolia
INTERVIEW: How Sarens is leading the energy transition
ICST spoke exclusively to Sarens’ commercial director of project solutions, Yannick Sel, to learn how the heavy lift giant is leading the lifting and transport work in the energy sector
How Bechtel plans to build Bill Gates’ next generation nuclear plant in Wyoming
Bechtel’s principal vice president and general manager for nuclear Ahmet Tokpinar explains how the US engineering giant plans to build a commercially viable next generation small nuclear reactor
Friday Roundup: Elections and EU sustainability | BigRentz facilities management | Generac expands BESS
The week that was June 27 through July 3 included reports of how European elections could affect EU sustainability policies, a new wheeled excavator, Time’s Versalift merger and more
Video: global electric construction equipment sales
How many electric construction machines are sold each year?
Zeppelin Rental unveils new brand for green services
Move aims to lead the green transformation
CNH inaugurates electric compact wheel loader production line
Plant in Lecce, Italy, will produce Case and New Holland models
‘World’s first’ large wheeled loader with hydrogen engine
Liebherr has presented its large wheeled loader with a hydrogen engine and the opening of the first hydrogen filling station in the state of Salzburg
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