All Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Articles

‘Eco-efficient’ concrete used in project
The concrete is considered more eco-efficient than other binders
The drivetrains powering electric excavators
Catrin Jones, International Construction deputy editor, talks to Antti Väyrynen, director of Off-Highway for Danfoss’ Editron division
NPP Summit: Is H2 or batteries the right path to carbon neutrality?
Industry experts say the answer for industrial and commercial equipment isn’t one or the other but rather multiple solutions
First green hydrogen refuelling station for New Zealand
Specialist hydrogen equipment has been sourced from Europe
Jacobs launches new climate action commitments
First consultancy with net-zero targets to be approved by the Science Based Targets initiative
Launch of electric construction equipment accelerates in 2022
Almost half of new construction products launched this year have been electric
JCB to give hydrogen combustion update
Tim Burnhope will give presentation at the online New Power Progress Summit on 3 May
Survey highlights OEM skills shortages
New survey reveals main issue is with technical and engineering positions
Volvo CE partner to reduce emissions in motorsport
The partnership will see Volvo CE provide construction equipment to World RX
Epiroc wins battery-electric mining order
Assmang Proprietary will use the equipment at an ore mine in South Africa
Swiss project uses only emission-free construction equipment
Wacker Neuson equipment selected for mountain bike trail
Sustainable construction materials
With the eyes of the world increasingly looking at how sustainable construction is, the use of ‘greener’ materials could make a real difference
A design for greener construction
Researchers discover patterns in arthropod exoskeletons that could help reduce the carbon required in construction
US$15m investment into AI platform for sustainable design
Financing will be used to scale sales, marketing and operational departments
A deep look at Caterpillar’s approach to technology
ACE at work: CTO Karl Weiss talks about the integration of autonomy, connectivity and electrification
Volvo CE’s first commerical electric machine in Asia
The ECR25 electric excavator by Volvo Construction Equipment is now available to order for customers in South Korea
Post-disaster toolkit for construction
New construction framework for countries that have experienced natural disasters and conflict
Opportunities in the wind
Mark Matthew on why delays in offshore wind projects must not be allowed to hinder green progress
A vision for net-zero buildings
Zsolt Toth of the Building Performance Institute of Europe discusses the need to measure the whole-life carbon emissions of the built environment
The quest for net zero steel
Zero carbon steel may not be commercially available yet - but that hasn’t stopped some of the world’s biggest construction companies from demanding it
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