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

£1bn ‘electric forecourt’ plan gets green light

Construction will soon start on the first of over 100 solar and battery powered ‘electric forecourts’ to deliver convenient, ultra-fast charging for electric vehicles across the UK.

Energy levy rise comes into force

As of 1 April 2019, all rates of the Climate Change Levy - a tax added to all commercial energy bills to encourage energy efficiency - have increased by at least 45 per cent.

The cleanest fleets: a new Manchester/Liverpool rivalry

Liverpool City Region is set to be the first Northern city to trial hydrogen buses, while Greater Manchester has secured more funding to clean up its bus fleet and is even trialling electric bin lorries.

Historic manufacturer makes energy savings

A manufacturer that has called Manchester home for over 160 years is saving £1,000 a month on its electricity bill after analysing data on its energy usage and investing in new equipment.

Brexit? Forget it, we’ve got bigger problems!

A survey of 2,000 people in the UK has revealed that plastic, waste levels and air pollution all beat Brexit when it comes to what issues the British public are most concerned about.

UK faces water shortage within 20-25 years, says EA chief

The chief executive of the Environment Agency says the UK is facing the ‘jaws of death’ - where water demand will surpass water supply - and has called on all parts of society to change their behaviour.

Carmakers plan to revolutionise supply chain transparency

With electric vehicles taking the limelight at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, two leading carmakers have revealed plans to radically transform supply chain engagement on sustainability.

AI firm sets sights on cutting energy bills

Manchester tech disruptor UrbanChain plans to launch in the UK this year, saying its blockchain technology linking consumers to energy generators could save SMEs 40% on energy bills.

Green highlights from Spring Statement 2019

Overshadowed by Brexit, the Chancellor's Spring Statement unveiled a suite of green proposals, including low carbon heating for new homes and energy efficiency support for small businesses.

Business boon for those involved in offshore wind

A new deal between the offshore wind industry and government will see offshore wind provide a third of all UK electricity by 2030, meaning renewables will overtake fossil fuels for the first time.