Topic: CO2 emissions

Overall, the pilot in Hardinxveld-Giessendam pleased the crane operators.

Zero emission pilot tastes like more for Strukton Rail

Emission-free work is the future. In the Netherlands, Strukton Rail is conducting pilot projects to gain knowledge and experience, gradually working towards that future. In Hardinxveld-Giessendam, a province in South Holland, two electric tamping machines...Read more
|Comment|author: Jeroen Baldwin

ProRail fails to meet CO2 emission target

ProRail reports a downgrade on the CO2 Performance Ladder from level 5 to level 4. The primary reason cited is the failure of the rail infrastructure manager to meet its emission target for own (direct...Read more
|Comment|author: Alexander Molendijk
Dr. Karl-Ulrich Köhler, Chairman of the Management Board of Saarstahl, Benoit Gilson, CEO Infrabel, and Georges Gilkinet, Federal Minister for Mobility

Infrabel receives greener rails

The Belgian infrastructure manager, Infrabel, recently received its first batch of “green” rails. The production process of these rails results in up to 70 per cent less CO2 emissions compared to a conventional manufacturing process...Read more
|Comment|author: Emma Dailey