AFC Energy and Mace join forces to swap diesel for hydrogen in UK construction

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Mace is partnering with AFC Energy to replace diesel generators on its construction sites
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Mace is partnering with AFC Energy to replace diesel generators on its construction sites

The construction industry is seeking ways to replace diesel generators as a source of temporary power on construction sites

Efforts to decarbonise the UK's construction industry advanced a notch this week, as hydrogen tech firm AFC Energy and building giant Mace Group announced a new partnership to use hydrogen power to replace...

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