‘Zero Carbon’ Satellite Welfare Cabins

‘Zero Carbon’ satellite welfare cabins are helping to lower the project’s carbon footprint.

Instead of the traditional diesel units, solar PV panels on the rooves generate sufficient power to charge the batteries and a hydrogen fuel cell provides a backup.

This is their first use on a Highways project and the initial trials of two cabins have proved very successful.

To access more information regarding this innovation, download the attachment below.

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Zero Carbo Satellite Welfare Cabin Click here to Download


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Monitor Report. BMJV. Manchester. July 2019


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