The California Air Resources Board is studying the effects of two pieces of hybrid construction machinery, the Caterpillar D7E bulldozer and Komatsu PC200LC-8 excavator, under a $2-million grant at the University of California, Riverside.
The two-year project aims to analyze the emissions profiles of the hybrid machinery and develop incentive programs for contractors to use them, researchers say.
After dramatic personal loss, policy makers and construction experts weigh the longer-term implications of the hurricane damage in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean. Can resiliency be accelerated?
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