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

Event: Quick Wins for Energy Savings

Greater Manchester SMEs can learn to identify and implement quick, low and no cost energy saving measures at a range of workshops in Summer 2017.

How to be sustainable, beer-in-hand

Carlsberg has announced an industry-leading sustainability plan to achieve zero carbon emissions at its breweries by 2030 and cut the full ‘beer-in-hand’ impact of its products.

Demand for energy efficiency on the up

A newly released business survey suggests that UK businesses are increasing their spending on energy efficiency, with 7 out of 10 “very satisfied” with the tech on offer from suppliers.

100,000 low emission vehicles now on our roads

New figures show that registrations of ultra-low emission vehicles in the UK have nearly doubled in the last two years and now exceed 100,000 as popularity continues to increase.

Tesco punished for major pollution event in Lancashire

Supermarket giant Tesco has been ordered to pay over £8 million in fines after 23,500 litres of petrol escaped from a petrol filling tank, affecting wildlife and residents across a wide area.

Free energy efficiency support for young SMEs

The Carbon Trust has launched a new programme to provide small companies and start-ups with consulting and mentoring services on energy efficiency.

Bolton firm launches clean air tech campaign

Tech company Radic8 has launched a campaign to help forward-thinking businesses to advertise that the air in their buildings is clean and safe from air pollution.

Advice for businesses on first Clean Air Day

The UK’s first Clean Air Day was celebrated across the country on 15 June to highlight the problem of air pollution, which is the second-worst in Europe.

Greater Manchester to spend £21m on sustainable development

Greater Manchester has unveiled a new EU-funded plan to help transform itself into a ‘world-leading’ urban green city region.

Cities gear up for bike-share showcase

Manchester and Salford are set to launch a six-month urban bicycle sharing pilot that enables users to pick up and drop off bikes almost anywhere in the city centre.