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Tesco takes delivery of Volvo FM Electric tractor
The tractor unit will operate in SE England, covering 70,000 miles annually
Speedy signs big deal for hydrogen access platforms
Hydrogen-powered MEWP results from Speedy Hire and Niftylift partnership 
What is the future for alternative power?
Mike Hayes looks at the power technology for construction equipment that may – or may not – be replacing diesel in the coming years
MayMaan delivers clean combustion solution
System burns a water/fuel mix to produce diesel-like power and torque.
New truck regs & how to meet them at Diesel Progress Summit
Eaton chief engineer to discuss their implications and technologies to meet emissions requirements
MTU Kinetic PowerPacks approved for HVO
PowerPacks based on MTU Series 4000 and 1600 diesel engines approved to use renewable fuels
Caterpillar supports Brussels data center expansion
The six new Cat gen sets will use 100% hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO)
Scania to purchase ‘green’ steel for truck production
H2 Green Steel will deliver the environmentally-friendly material
Chasing the sun: The British manufacturer attempting to bring solar power to construction sites
Solar panel specialist Lifos launches battery energy storage system
Volvo CE’s ‘industry first’ 48V DC charging protocol to drive electrification
Volvo CE has published its own brand-agnostic software protocol, as well as plug specifications, used on its 48V off-board DC chargers
Equipmake, H55 extend electric motor partnership deal
Equipmake will deliver electric motors for an electric-power aircraft now under development
Ferry launches with gas-powered MTU 4000 engine
The Richmond will operate on Lake Constance, next to Rolls-Royce Power Systems HQ
What does the future hold for construction equipment emissions regulations?
It’s something of an odd time when it comes to the regulations governing emissions from diesel engines in off-highway equipment around the world.
EPA finalizes renewable fuel targets
Biofuel volume targets set but some say rule doesn’t go far enough
Interview: Kubota’s electrification strategy
Rob White on electrification and market demand
New beginnings for Cummins Turbo Technologies
Diesel Progress International reports from Huddersfield, UK, where Cummins Turbo Technologies is preparing to celebrate completion of a site improvement project first announced in 2013
BorgWarner issues date for division spin off
BW will focus on development of EV components, Phinia on fuel systems
Volvo Trucks introduces uprated battery packs for medium-duty models
Supplied by Akasol, the packs have up to 42% higher energy density
Fortescue plans construction of second plant in Oxfordshire, UK
The new facility will produce zero-emissions tech for off-highway applications
Low- and zero-carbon fuel roundtable at Diesel Progress Summit
Experts from Neste, Southwest Research Institute and New Holland Ag to discuss advances
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