All Emissions Articles

‘Green’ award for building in Vietnam
Building in Hanoi, Vietnam, given prestigious sustainability award
Electric focus for XCMG in 2022
New emissions standard in China from December 2022 will add to electric equipment uptake
Komatsu Europe announces excavators emissions upgrade
Three excavators given upgrade to capabilities and now meet EU emissions standards
€100 million sustainability-linked loan for Metso Outotec
Metso Outotec to receive €100 million sustainability-linked loan from Nordic Investment Bank 
Strong half-year result for Sunbelt
Rental revenue up 20% driven by acquisition activity, strong demand and higher pricing
GCCA: The path to net zero concrete
Thomas Guillot, chief executive of the Global Cement and Concrete Association on the industry’s path to Net Zero Concrete and the sustainable world of tomorrow
Epiroc’s CO2 goals validated by Science Based Targets
Manufacturer to halve carbon emissions from production, transport and use of its equipment by 2030
10% drop in construction emissions misleading says report
Lockdowns and slowing economies have reduced CO2, not decarbonising measures
How concrete is evolving in the race to Net Zero
As one of the most widely used human-made materials, concrete has long played a vital role in construction and is quickly evolving
Aggreko survey highlights role of hybrid power
“More needs to be done to drive forward necessary change” survey finds
Contractors discuss carbon emissions at COP26
Representatives from Keltbray, Costain, Atkins and Travis Perkins will debate carbon reduction strategies on Thursday 11 November
Trime opens Asia Pacific division
Division to promote T-ZERO PRO solar and hybrid lighting towers and generators
New Aggreko initiative drives hydrogen power
Company is working with customers and partners to validate hydrogen use for temporary power
US$1 trillion plan to build solar energy plants
International Solar Alliance working to mobilise US$ 1 trillion of investment for “massive deployment” of solar energy technologies
GCCA reveals 7 ways to reach concrete ‘Net Zero’
The world’s leading cement and concrete manufacturers have made a global commit to cut CO2 emissions by a further 25% by 2030
10 Euro nations in drive for more nuclear plants
France leads call to designate nuclear power ‘green’ and reduce ‘third country’ energy dependence
Roadmap for net zero cement and concrete by 2050
The world’s leading cement and concrete manufacturers have agreed to a new roadmap to cut CO2 emissions even further than previously promised 
Video: Sustainable Construction webinar
Recording of the Price of Green Construction live event is now available to view
World’s first Net Zero Carbon building
Building in Dubai, UAE, will be able to export surplus of energy to surrounding buildings and facilities
Karl Thies joins CE’s green construction debate
FIEC sustainability and policy expert completes panel for 7 October webinar
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