Green digging? £22m project launched to cut non-road vehicle CO2

Michael Holder
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Field test of digital displacement hydraulic pump | Credit: Artemis Intelligent Power
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Field test of digital displacement hydraulic pump | Credit: Artemis Intelligent Power

Artemis Intelligent Power, Robbie Fluid Engineering and Danfoss to develop digital hydraulics technology backed by £11m government funding

A £22m, three-and-a-half year project to develop technology to drastically reduce carbon emissions from non-road vehicles and machinery launched last week by a consortium of engineering and manufacturing...

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