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What does USA’s $369bn mean for green energy?

The USA’s Senate has passed a package worth £369bn of green energy measures to reduce inflation and tackle climate change. The implications for American energy infrastructure are big.

Exciting time for engineers, but USA’s politics remains fraught

Leaders are told that delivery is now key and that talent will need to be recruited but that the policy arena remains complicated by polarisation.

What’s actually in the newly passed infrastructure deal?

Lead pipes, electric vehicles and rail investment: Here's your simple guide to what's in the $1tn infrastructure bill president Biden is signing today. 

Senate passes infrastructure budget but what’s in it?

Questions remain about whether bipartisan framework is enough to meet repair backlogs, upgrade technology and diminish climate change.

$2.75bn Fargo flood defence P3 contract awarded

First Public-Private Partnership flood management project in North America.

$16bn Texas high-speed rail contract signed

Major step taken towards first genuinely high-speed rail in America.

Record renewables now being led by USA and Europe

IEA reports accelerating growth of solar and wind to become “new normal”.

American schools and colleges set for construction boom

Rural education and historically black colleges strongly targeted in $177bn plans.

$25bn for American airports amid major legacy challenges

Upgrading aging airports could have big economic benefits.

ACEC annual convention to go virtual

The American Council of Engineering Companies will address advocacy, the market and engineering’s economic impact at second virtual convention.
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