Kelsey Helping Achieve Zero Carbon Emissions in the Construction Industry
Towards the end of last year, the World Green Building Council released it’s vision for the future in the construction industry. Their goal is to achieve 40% lower carbon emissions in the next ten years. With net-zero carbon emissions by the year 2050.
This means a combined effort to switch to green electric construction machinery across the UK. So it’s really important for us to make sure that at Kelsey Plant Hire we’re doing everything we can to help the construction industry continue to reduce emissions. We’re helping to encourage the use of our zero-emission electric plant hire machinery and reach this target.
Electric Plant Hire Machinery
Compared to diesel construction machinery, our electric range of plant hire machines are much better for the environment. The maintenance-free rechargeable battery on-board means that no fossil-fuels are used. We always encourage using electric machinery over diesel counterparts.
Our diggers offer the same power as a standard diesel engine, but without the bad emissions. This means that these can easily replace diesel machines.
As one of the only plant hire companies in the UK that offer electric machinery, we consistently offer delivery of our machines to construction sites across the country. This means that wherever you are you can hire one of our electric machines for your project. Alternatively, our diesel machinery is hired out to sites within a 25-mile radius of our yard in West Sussex.
This is just a few of the ways that we are helping to reduce the carbon footprint of construction sites across the UK. Although not all of our machinery has an electric alternative, we hope that this will change in the future!
So if you’ve got a construction project, then why not hire our excellent electric machinery. The range we stock includes Electric Mini Diggers, Electric Dumpers, and Loaders. You can get in touch with us over the phone 01403 249 125 or by emailing us email@example.com, or filling our our contact form.