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TECO 2030, Implenia Norway to decarbonise construction sites with hydrogen

TECO 2030, Implenia Norway to decarbonise construction sites with hydrogen

TECO 2030 and Implenia Norway have joined forces to develop and pilot hydrogen-powered solutions to eliminate emissions at construction sites.

Unveiling the partnership today (July 6), the duo said the project have been granted funding of NOK 15.6m ($1.8m) from the Norwegian state enterprise Envoa to support the developments.

The grant will be provided over a period of two and a half  years, from September 2021.

Commenting on the news, Tore Enger, CEO of TECO 2030, said, “We are very grateful for the generous support from Enova and we are excited about our cooperation with Implenia on developing hydrogen fuel cells that will power the equipment used at construction sites.

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