UK-first: Mace Group, AFC Energy set to decarbonise construction sites with hydrogen

In what is believed to be a first for the UK construction sector, Mace Group and AFC Energy will work together to replace high polluting diesel generators with zero emission hydrogen generators on construction sites.

The two companies announced today (16th March) that they have formed a strategic partnership to utilise hydrogen power in decarbonising the construction industry.

It is noted that, globally, the construction sector accounts for 38% of energy related emissions and, in London alone, 14.5% of the most harmful emissions such as PM2.5, which can get into deep parts of your lungs or blood[1], are from stationary diesel generators on construction sites.

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