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

Green tech on the up in Greater Manchester

A survey commissioned in Greater Manchester shows that the city’s green technologies and services sector now employs over 45,000 people and rivals cities across the globe.

University spin-out raises £1.3m for energy efficient factory

A manufacturer of sustainable table tops, tiles and other surfaces originating from research at the University of Central Lancashire has plans for a new factory to transform its production capacity.

Clean-powered firms are more profitable than their peers

A global report on companies that have committed to powering their operations with clean electricity has found that they consistently outperform their peers on net profit.

Watch out for Green GB Week this month

Businesses are being encouraged to take part in the country’s first Green GB Week from 15-19 October 2018, which aims to highlight the benefits of clean growth and low carbon economy.

Can resource efficiency solve the North-South divide?

A new task force has been launched to boost prosperity in the North by improving the resource efficiency of manufacturing with smart technologies.

Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre officially opens

A £4.1 million facility dedicated to developing new sources of green, emission-free energy has been officially opened at Manchester Metropolitan University by Lord Peter Mandelson.

Food industry agrees to halve waste in world-first

The UK’s largest retailers, food producers, manufacturers, hospitality and food service companies have committed to ambitious action to reduce food waste through a world-first roadmap agreement.

Manchester could lead the electric charge, says survey

Research shows that more needs to be done to tackle public misconceptions around electric vehicles, but Manchester residents are already among the most supportive of the technology.

Co-op trials compostable bags in Manchester stores

The Co-op has replaced plastic bags with compostable versions in 22 local stores ahead of a full nationwide rollout, as part of a new ethical strategy to eliminate problem packaging.

UK industry could save £540m with clean tech

Clean energy technologies such as solar, battery storage and energy monitoring solutions could ‘inspire a new industrial revolution’ in intensive manufacturing, according to energy giant Centrica.