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The UK’s first flood barrier spanning a passenger rail track will form a key part of the £18M Newhaven flood alleviation scheme when it is completed next year.
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Tarmac has become the first company within the construction sector to join a programme to trial hydrogen powered vehicles.
19 November 2018Connor Ibbetson
The government is looking for investors to support the UK’s first Energy Investment Portfolio worth £5bn, which has a focus on waste-to-energy projects and electric vehicle infrastructure.
11 October 2018Sam Sholli
Highways maintenance firm Connect Plus Services has teamed up with Toyota to successfully trial a hydrogen fuel-cell car on the M25.
29 November 2018Connor Ibbetson
The UK Government is setting aside £20M of innovation funding for carbon-capture technology.
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Converted hydrogen trains could be on the UK’s railways by 2021.
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