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

Greener petrol could be on its way

The government has revealed plans to introduce E10 fuel – which contains more bioethanol than traditional petrol – at fueling stations, to help compatible vehicles cut their emissions.

Royal Bolton Hospital goes green to cut costs

The Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has signed an energy performance contract that will yield energy savings of over £800,000 per year through new boilers, chillers, lighting and other measures.

Stockport firm launches packaging recyclability training

Recycling specialist Axion has launched a new service to help businesses understand what design choices they can make for their packaging to be recyclable.

Kids say adults are not doing enough on climate change

In a survey of 1,300 young people between the ages of 7 and 19, 95% said adults were not taking enough responsibility for the damaging effects of climate change.

Manchester building to get ‘bifacial’ solar panels

The seven-storey Windmill Green building in Manchester city centre, due to open later in 2018, will feature innovative double-glass face solar panels perfectly suited to the Manchester climate.

AI helping to cut costs at United Utilities

United Utilities is using cutting-edge artificial intelligence to improve energy management across its sites and reduce electricity costs by 10 per cent a year.

Water demand millions of litres higher than usual

According to United Utilities, the North West’s three million homes and 200,000 businesses are using close to a record two billion litres of water a day - around 200 million litres more than usual.

Event: Manchester Climate Change Conference 2018

The Manchester Climate Change Agency, which is leading the city’s progress on tackling climate change, will host its annual conference on 17 July 2018.

Wigan food firm cooks up energy savings

Kings Quality Foods is saving more than £10,000 per year after installing new LED light fittings and implementing a number of other zero cost measures at its factory in Wigan.

Retailer partners with Manchester firm for renewable mailing bags

Online fashion retailer Pink Boutique has become the first in its sector to use mailing bags made of ‘carbon negative’ sugarcane plastic from Manchester manufacturer Duo UK.