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Honda starts series production of fuel cells
This latest fuel cell system is said to be key to Honda’s future hydrogen business strategy
Eiffage wins €92m renovation project in Paris
Project aims to boost sustainability credentials of three-building complex
Speedy trials staff mentoring programme
Initiative pairs young people with experienced staffers
Lezama secures first government BIM project
Digital tech to help contractor assess environmental impact of 20-metre-high building demolition 
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
Interview: Speedy’s path to sustainability
Amelia Woodley updates IRN on Speedy’s sustainability progress
United Rentals publishes white paper on sustainability
Four steps to guide sustainability decisions
Meeting sustainability: How construction can step up and overcome its biggest challenge
Matt Bloor, Chief Commercial Officer of YardLink, looks at the challenges of getting to net-zero and what can be done to get overcome them
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
4 ways Ashtead is improving sustainability
London-based global rental giant outlines how it aims to achieve greater sustainability in 2024 and beyond
Engineering a better future for women in Saudi Arabia
Women in Saudi Arabia are training to become engineers as a result of a raft of wide-ranging legal reforms over the last six years
€200m solar farm proposed for Ireland
German energy company GP Joule unveils plans for 190MW facility in County Meath
HYIELD consortium to develop EU-backed waste-to-hydrogen project
Demonstration plant in Spain to manufacture 400 tonnes of green hydrogen
United Rentals launches carbon emissions estimator
Digital tool is part of United’s ‘Total Control’ cloud platform
Riwal moves to new, sustainable head office
Headquarters remains in Dordrecht, The Netherlands
What does COP28 mean for construction?
Amanda Williams, Head of Environmental Sustainability, CIOB on some of the main construction-related discussion points at COP 28 
Offshore specialists make progress on major German wind farm
Borkum Riffgrund 3 set to add close to 1GW to Germany’s renewables Capacity
UK government unveils €2.3 billion hydrogen investment plan
Initial funding set to generate more than 700 jobs and reduce CO2 across 11 projects
European construction industry’s new manifesto calls for ‘radical change’ to tackle climate challenge
A group of bodies representing Europe’s construction industry have called for the adoption of a circular business model to achieve carbon and resource neutrality, as COP 28 draws to a close.
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