Green

NHS Scotland welcomes pop-up solar car park and EV charging hub

3ti, a UK-based leading designer, installer, funder and operator of Solar Car Parks, has completed the installation of a Papilio3 pop-up solar car park and electric vehicle (EV) charging hub at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, Scotland. The latest delivery...

Harnessing AI and Machine Learning for greener and more reliable public transport 

In this article by Giorgio Sarno, Senior Data Scientist, Stratio Automotive, we explore how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning systems can make public transport a greener and more reliable service, and a more obvious choice for commuters. ...

IFC’s EDGE buildings and Gensler join forces to support decarbonisation and sustainable finance  

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) and architectural design firm Gensler were delighted to announce a new collaboration to jointly expand low-carbon building certification and access to Green Finance at COP28.  The largest architecture and...

First big-scale commissioning of two Wattway photovoltaic cycle paths in the Netherlands  

Colas and BAM Royal Group, a Dutch construction company, has commissioned two cycle paths equipped with Wattway photovoltaic coating in the Netherlands to support the Dutch grid and enhance green energy efforts.   The project has a surface area of...

Volvo Group and CRH agree partnership to accelerate decarbonisation 

CRH, a global leader in building materials solutions, and Volvo Group, the leader in transport and infrastructure solutions, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to accelerate net zero innovations in the design and deployment of on-road vehicles...

Eco-engineering the future of heavy equipment and infrastructure projects with data 

In this article, Shweta Saxena, CEO of MachineMax, discusses the bright, green future of infrastructure projects through the power of data engineering.  Infrastructure and utility projects are the bedrock of a functioning society yet could also be...

Why local authorities are fundamental to the success of ChargePoint rollouts 

We hear from Will Temperley, Founder of Fortis Foundation, about the crucial role local authorities play in the success of ChargePoint rollouts amidst the global shift towards electric vehicles.  As countries around the world wake up to climate...

EnerVenue’s green energy storage powers South America with VedantaESS deal 

EnerVenue, the first company to bring metal-hydrogen batteries capable of 30,000 cycles to the clean energy revolution, has announced a Master Supply Agreement with VedantaESS. Per the terms of the deal, VedantaESS will procure and deploy 525 MWh of...

NTU to launch new £1.5m centre for sustainable construction and retrofitting

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) will invest £1.5 million into developing skills, research, training and consultancy to support the UK construction sector reach net zero. The University will launch the Centre for Sustainable Construction and Retrofit...

EnviroBuild named finalist in 2023 Irish Construction Industry Awards

EnviroBuild is pleased to announce that it has received a nomination for the 2023 Irish Construction Industry Awards. Along with seven other construction businesses across Ireland, EnviroBuild have been chosen as a finalist in the hotly contested...

Harnessing AI and ML for enhanced public transport 

In this article by Giorgio Sarno, Senior Data Scientist, Stratio Automotive, we explore how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning systems can make public transport a greener and more reliable service, and a more obvious choice for commuters. ...

EV infrastructure: The only way forward is through intelligent collaboration 

We hear from Mark Winn, Head of EV Strategy, SMS, on the importance of collaboration to embrace and enhance the future of our EV infrastructures.   Not all EV charging infrastructure in the UK is currently fit for purpose. Those involved in the...