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Intermat debut for Ammann electric mini excavator
1.5t model will be followed by bigger machine later this year
Loxam’s carbon goals get validation
Europe’s biggest rental company gets SBTi certification
Honda starts series production of fuel cells
This latest fuel cell system is said to be key to Honda’s future hydrogen business strategy
John Deere’s Pierre Guyot on the future of powering construction equipment
The question of how to power construction equipment effectively at the same time as bringing down carbon emissions is taxing the minds of experts across the sector.
Sinoboom chooses rail delivery from China
The China-Europe Railway Express provides fast and green delivery 
Heidelberg’s new low-carbon, circular products brand
The company rolled out evoBuild to support circularity and sustainability.
3 conditions for success of new ‘green buildings’ initiative
FIEC president on pros and cons of the recently released EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
Boels get €100m ‘green’ loan from EU bank
Funds to be used to buy electric equipment
Are governments going to start mandating for non-diesel-powered construction equipment?
As the UK considers a new strategy for decarbonising construction equipment, is it a sign that governments could start mandating for machines powered by something other than diesel?
Interview: Speedy’s path to sustainability
Amelia Woodley updates IRN on Speedy’s sustainability progress
Portable battery OEM makes North America move
€87 million funding round also enables product expansion
Aggreko makes solar power acquisition
UK-South African business specialises in fixed installations
United Rentals publishes white paper on sustainability
Four steps to guide sustainability decisions
5 tech takeaways from CES 2024
Leading equipment manufacturers were a force at CES 2024, showing off tech for the future of construction and agriculture while hinting at a new world to come
Saudi Arabia exploring building carbon-negative concrete facility
Operating at full capacity, the planned facility has the potential to generate 1.3 million carbon credits annually
China’s US$7.7 billion renewables energy project
Project is expected to be completed in 2025
4 ways Ashtead is improving sustainability
London-based global rental giant outlines how it aims to achieve greater sustainability in 2024 and beyond
€200m solar farm proposed for Ireland
German energy company GP Joule unveils plans for 190MW facility in County Meath
Komatsu to show electric 13t excavator at Intermat
Model will be launched first in Japan as a rental product
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