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

City mayors call for 2030 diesel and petrol ban

Leaders of some of the country’s biggest cities, including Manchester and Liverpool, have united to push the government to end the sale of petrol and diesels ten years earlier than planned.

Blackpool Council to supply its own water

Blackpool Council has become the first public sector organisation to be granted a self-supply license to manage and monitor its own water usage for cost savings and efficiencies.

Display designer gets sustainable forest certification

An Oldham designer and manufacturer of retail displays has opened doors to new business by sourcing all the timber it uses from sustainably managed forests.

Plastic manufacturer stays chilled to keep up with demand

A producer of electrical cable management products in Tameside has overcame a significant cooling issue thanks to energy efficiency funding from Greater Manchester’s GC Business Growth Hub.

Environment Agency calls for water efficiency action

In its first major report on water resources in England, the Environment Agency has warned of significant supply deficits by 2050 if businesses fail to ‘innovate’ and cut down on water wastage.

Plug-in car and van grants extended

Government grants of up to £8,000 for electric cars and vans have been extended until October 2018 and will be maintained in some form until 2020.

Is your product plastic free? Get the label

The world’s first Plastic Free Trust Mark has been launched to help food and drink companies promote products that are packaged without any plastic.

Ground-breaking liquid energy storage plant goes live

A 5MW plant that liquifies air for energy storage has gone operational in Bury, providing the grid with enough stored clean energy to power 5,000 homes for three hours when needed.

Okay Google, help me go solar!

UK users can now use Google Maps to estimate the savings they could make with solar panels on their rooftop, thanks to a collaboration between Google and energy giant E.ON.

Community energy scheme seeks new investors

Greater Manchester Community Renewables, which has overseen three successful solar installations on local schools, has launched a new share offer to raise money for four more projects.