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

Boost for North West renewable energy technology

£2.3 million of funding has been secured for the North West’s Low Carbon Market Development Programme which will help to increase renewable energy generation throughout the region.

Battery recycling compliance schemes confirmed

Battery recycling collection networks get the go-ahead as the Environment Agency approves seven out of eight proposed battery compliance schemes.

Industrial Biotechnology and your business

Chemicals Northwest, in conjunction with the Centre of Excellence in Biocatalysis, Biotransformations and Biocatalytic manufacture (CoEBio3), is running an awareness session about industrial biotechnology and how its application could benefit your business.

Environmental opportunity for North West constuction sector

Envirolink Northwest is providing 8 North West construction companies the opportunity to attend its construction surgery launch event to demonstrate the assistance available and the benefits of strong environmental performance.

Vehicle scrappage scheme extended with £100 million extra funding

The Government has announced that funding for its popular vehicle scrappage scheme will be increased by £100 million, allowing the scheme to potentially discount a further 100,000 vehicle orders.

New guidance to help businesses measure and reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Government releases greenhouse gas measuring and reduction advice to businesses, and settles on carbon neutral definition with guidelines.

Carbon figures for local areas released

Climate change statistics for each part of the UK, showing an encouraging overall reduction in emission levels, have been published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).

Britain to produce world’s biggest wind turbine blades

The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced that it is providing grants to three offshore wind energy companies to develop the world's largest wind turbines and to help the UK meet its 2020 renewable energy target.

Tides to bring green energy to the North West?

A study is being launched by the North West Regional Development Agency (NWDA), in partnership with an energy provider, into the best option for a potential large-scale tidal energy project on the River Mersey.

Anaerobic Digestion to benefit from new Quality Protocol

The Environment Agency and WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) have devised a new Quality Protocol (QP) which will reduce the amount of regulation involved in using digestate, the nutrient-rich by-product of biogas production through Anaerobic Digestion.