Sustainability in Construction
Swedish contractor will build 2.3km section of E18 motorway near Oslo
New report claims electric mini excavators are a “better choice” than diesel equivalents - but is it that clear-cut?
Creative ITC expert reveals the IT changes that can help construction businesses meet ESG targets
Volvo CE says its 23-ton EC230 is now market ready and available for select customers
Substation to receive electricity from 1.2GW Baltic Power offshore wind farm
With the differences between diesel models from different OEMs declining, could electrification be a game changer?
Komatsu’s customers are still concerned about making the switch to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO), four years after the manufacturer approved the fuel for use in its machines.
Swiss-based building materials company Holcim has placed the biggest commercial order to date for Volvo electric trucks, deploying up to 1,000 by 2030.
McKinsey research highlights major issue for Europe’s net zero ambitions
Electric climbing cranes could revolutionise wind farm construction and maintenance
Microsoft chief and Rolls-Royce in the running to develop UK’s first small modular reactor
Manufacturer aims to bring large zero emissions machines to market in ‘near future’
North America is ready for electric construction equipment, contrary to perceptions in some quarters that appetite for the machines lags that in Europe.
Bouygues and Intrakat set to deliver 200m-high Riviera Tower project in Athens
The three new power packs, 3.50QE, 3.75QE and 3.100QE, have an output voltage of 400V