Our News Library lists all the Green Intelligence articles that ENWORKS has published since September 2009.

Office buildings achieve UK-first carbon status

Five buildings owned by Peel L&P across Greater Manchester have become the first in the UK to achieve ‘net zero carbon’ status, with one property expecting annual energy savings of 60%.

Sustainability important for 2/3 of North West firms

Two thirds of SMEs in the North West want to improve their environmental sustainability according to a new survey, with pressure from customers and employees as the biggest drivers.

Greater Manchester’s drive to carbon neutral and what it means for you

GC Business Growth Hub’s Kevin Lambert and Katherine Burden explain the role Greater Manchester SMEs can play in tackling the climate emergency, and how the Hub can help.

Welcome to the Roaring Twenties 2.0

Green technologies and services advisor Jack Smith explores some of the seismic changes in mobility that will take hold over the next decade, and what it means for SMEs in the supply chain.

In Conversation with Zoom EV

Greg Fairbotham, founder of Manchester-based electric vehicle services and sharing start-up Zoom EV, tells Katherine Burden why the business case for EVs is about to get even better.

Record year and bright future for ‘smart’ EVs

As electric vehicles continue to surge to record levels, a major collaboration between key players in energy and transport has reported that the shift will transform the energy system for the better.

Top tips for Big Energy Savings Week

Alasdair Dalzel-Job, environmental business advisor at GC Business Growth Hub, lists his top energy saving tips for SMEs during Big Energy Saving Week.

All you need to know about the Smart Export Guarantee for solar

The Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) is the government’s new export payment scheme for renewable electricity, affecting any business that has installed solar PV.

Digital tool helps firms measure ‘circularity’

A new digital tool, developed and tested by more than 30 major companies, has been launched to provide firms of any size with a comprehensive picture of how ‘circular’ their operations are.

How Microsoft could be ‘carbon negative’ by 2030

Microsoft has announced one of the most ambitious corporate environmental programmes to date with a vision for ‘negative’ emissions that will ultimately remove all the carbon it has ever emitted.