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© ULEMCo & Skanska
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© ULEMCo & Skanska

Hydrogen dual fuel piling rig test hopes to drive down construction emissions

Testing is set to commence on what is said to be the ‘world’s first’ hydrogen dual fuel piling rig in South Yorkshire, UK, to push decarbonisation the construction sector.

Hydrogen fuel innovator ULEMCo, Cementation Skanska, and science centre Building Research Establishment (BRE), are collaborating on a project to produce and evaluate a dual fuel hydrogen and diesel piling rig.

The Zero Carbon Hydrogen Construction for Real-world Use (ZECHER) project hopes to explore the viability of decarbonising construction sites with hydrogen fuel and seeks to provide proof of concept for converting on-site construction equipment.

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