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

Manchester chosen as first air monitoring pilot city

UK data company AirSensa will roll out its first city-wide demonstration of air monitoring technology in Manchester over the next few months to help the city with transport planning.

‘Ambitious and exciting’ projects underway at radiator manufacturer

Stockport-based Castrads has tapped into expert advice and academic support to take sustainable business to the next level, moving from energy management to product and packaging innovation.

Businesses urged to save water amid hosepipe ban

Domestic water customers in the North West will face temporary water restrictions from 5 August, with businesses also being urged to do their part to keep water use under control.

The road to zero emissions and what it means for you

The government has launched a plan for at least half of all new cars to be low emission by 2030 through bigger vehicle grants and a push for more public and private charging points.

Resource efficiency in manufacturing

The Manufacturer magazine has launched a national survey of manufacturers to explore their approaches to resource efficiency – contributors will receive a free report to help plan improvements.

New energy performance rules incoming

Large companies will have to report their energy use and emissions to the public from 2019, with the government also looking for new ways to improve energy efficiency in smaller businesses.

Liverpool: World’s first ‘climate positive’ city?

Liverpool City Council has partnered with a cutting-edge tech firm in a bid to make Liverpool the first city in the world to have a positive impact on the climate by the end of 2020.

LEDs should be ‘first port of call’ says industry group

A global call to action has been launched to encourage the private sector to fast-track the switch to LED lighting, with over £70 billion in cost savings up for grabs.

First ‘Green GB Week’ to take place in October

A week of national activity is being planned to celebrate the opportunities of clean growth, highlight UK leadership on climate change and showcase green technologies and business models.

End to small-scale renewables subsidies confirmed

The government has confirmed it will not replace the popular Feed-in Tariff scheme once it expires in next year – meaning an end on the horizon for financial support for small solar panel systems.