All New power technology Articles

US debut for JCB’s hydrogen engine
JCB to showcase its hydrogen combustion technology in the US
Volvo CE debuts its first electric compactor
The DD25 electric asphalt compactor will be unveiled at ConExpo 2023
Cat invests in US battery specialist
OEM takes stake in Californian producer of lithium-ion battery packs
JCB celebrates electric mini milestone
Company produces 1000th electric mini excavator
Construction technology trends for 2023
Burcin Kaplanoglu from Oracle outlines top construction technology trends for 2023
Construction testbed for ‘fossil-free’ contracting
Volvo CE, Skanska and more team up on Sweden’s largest emission-free construction project 
‘Significant milestone’ for Cat’s battery electric mining truck
Caterpillar gathers 110,000 data points per second during 7km run for battery electric mining truck 
Hitachi CM partners with Kiesel to drive innovation
Joint venture to develop zero-emission machines and tech for European market
Volvo makes e-hauler investment
Company will spend USA$32.7 million at Braås, Sweden, facility
Northvolt rethinks plans for German gigafactory
CEO says US looks ‘most interesting’ place to make batteries, as European energy prices soar
Cat powers up electric offering
Construction giant’s German dealer shows four electric prototypes at Bauma
Komatsu reaffirms carbon goals with electric launches
Japanese manufacturer shows six electric models in Munich
Kiloutou trials electric tipper truck
French rental company partners with Ellectramobilys for electric powered tipper truck
JCB unveils mobile hydrogen refueller
Mobile refueller will allow machines to be supplied on site, much like diesel powered machines
Ausa launches electric machines
Dumper and telehandler have operating range of one working day
Yanmar CEO: ‘make it easy to switch to electric’
Giuliano Parodi, Global CEO of Yanmar Compact Equipment, previews the company’s attendance at Bauma
AFC and Acciona partner on hydrogen powered site
Power Tower tech ‘avoids 1.8m tonnes of CO2 emissions’ on Spanish road project
Hybrid still important for access says Genie’s Mike Davis
Davis says challenges of charging infrastructure mean hybrid solutions will remain important
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