ERA has released a new and improved ERA Equipment CO2 Calculator, which now allows users to directly compare two separate scenarios for using construction equipment.
ERA Market Report 2020 update shows improved outlook for European rental, but greater regional differentiation
ERA is today releasing an update to its 2020 Market Report, covering the period 2019 to 2022 and with new year on year estimates for rental activity, construction and GDP.
ERA has today launched the ERA Equipment CO2 Calculator, an independent and free-to-use online tool for evaluating the carbon footprint of construction equipment.
The European Rental Association (ERA) is today releasing its 2020 Market Report, the reference source of intelligence for the European equipment rental market since 2008.
ERA welcomes the publication of the European Commission’s Renovation Wave initiative, and calls on EU decision-makers to seize this opportunity to move towards a more circular, low-carbon construction sector.
ERA welcomes the adoption of the European Parliament Report on maximising the energy efficiency potential of EU building stock and calls on decision-makers to use the Renovation Wave as an opportunity to encourage low carbon practices in the construction sector.
ERA launches Sustainable Supplier Framework to raise rental industry standards for supplier assessments
The European Rental Association (ERA) has launched the Sustainable Supplier Framework to set the industry best practice guidelines and raise common practices for sustainability assessments across the industry.
ERA welcomes the publication of the European Commission’s new Circular Economy Action Plan and has high hopes for the EU to recognise the full potential of the sharing and rental business models to deliver for the transition to a circular economy.
The European Rental Association (ERA), the voice of the equipment rental industry, today welcomes the publication of the European Commission’s proposal enshrining the principle of climate neutrality into EU law.
The outcome of a study commissioned by the European Rental Association (ERA) has found that rental of construction equipment, as a circular economy model, can significantly help reduce emissions and achieve the Paris climate goals.
ERA today launches the ERA Market Report 2019 and reveals for the year 2018, in the EU-28 and EFTA countries, equipment rental companies and other companies providing rental services generated a total rental turnover of more than EUR 26 billion.
Three specialised, independent research companies have researched and calculated the CO2 emissions during the full life-cycle of ten pieces of equipment representative of the portfolio of European Rental Association (ERA) members.