Hydrogen fuel cell lighting provides a silent solution for HS2 works
In support of Noise Action Week (21st - 26th May), TCP Ltd (Taylor Construction Plant) is delighted to announce that contractors carrying out HS2 enabling works and utilities divisions in the south, have embraced hydrogen fuel cell technology as a green and virtually silent solution for off grid lighting.
TCP at the APSE Scotland Fleet, Waste and Grounds seminar 2018
We'll be at the APSE Fleet, Waste and Grounds seminar 2018 at the Hilton Coylumbridge, Aviemore next week from Tuesday 15th May to Friday 18th May.
TCP to join the Hydrogen Zone at All Energy
TCP (Taylor Construction Plant Ltd) is joining the UK’s top suppliers of renewable and low energy products at this year’s All Energy 2018 (2-3rd May). The company will be introducing its innovative hydrogen fuel cell product range which provides off grid lighting, surveillance and power within the Hydrogen Zone (stand N55).
Beyond CO2: The health risks from fossil fuels
Carbon dioxide levels are big news. This is for good reason: at 403.3 parts per million, there is more in the atmosphere than at any other point in the last three million years. Although these levels are an undoubted concern - leading to rising sea levels and unpredictable weather patterns - the amount of fossil fuels being burnt in cities is also having a serious, but invisible, impact on public health. This hydrogen week, it’s important to draw attention to this under-examined problem with the current fossil fuel economy. As companies and individuals, we need to start thinking about renewable energy in terms beyond carbon emissions and take responsibility for public health around us and the occupational safety of our workers.
Hydrogen fuel cell lighting towers recognised by Highways UK
Taylor Construction Plant (TCP) has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Highways UK 2017 Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge (within the Urban category) for its Ecolite TH200 LED hydrogen fuel cell lighting tower solution. This innovation which has been developed in conjunction with BOC (Linde Group), uses HYMERA® fuel cell as a sustainable power source and has zero emissions.
Multi-million pound Aberdeen development uses hydrogen fuel cell plant equipment
Taylor Construction Plant Ltd (TCP) is delighted to announce that its Ecolite TH200 LED Lighting Tower is helping to light up the construction site of the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC). The product, which uses BOC’s HYMERA® fuel cell as a sustainable power source, has been hired to provide the best possible illumination with zero emissions.
TCP exhibits their latest hydrogen fuel cell innovations at SAFESTART18
Taylor Construction Plant (TCP) is showcasing its Ecolite TH200 LED light tower and the Genie Eco CCTV tower at SAFESTART18 (25th January) on stand 152. Both products use BOC’s HYMERA® fuel cell as a sustainable power source and have zero emissions at point of delivery.
TCP, BOC and J B Locations at FOCUS 2017
TCP, BOC and JB Locations will be at next week's FOCUS 2017 Event in London. We'll be in the #Green zone where we'll be showcasing our #Ecolite-TH2 #LED #Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered #lighting tower to the production and creative screen industries and talking about the many benefits our #cleanair products can bring to these sectors.
We're at the Intelligent Infrastructure Hub 2017 in association with Costain TODAY
We're at the Intelligent Infrastructure Hub 2017 in association with Costain TODAY where our Product Manager Simon Meades is talking about our #Hydrogen #Fuelcell #Lighting and #Surveillance innovations.