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

Carbon Trust broadens the scope of its interest-free loan scheme

The Carbon Trust has updated its loans scheme, increasing the maximum loan available for energy saving investments and making the loans available to more businesses.

CRC registration guidance released

Government has published registration guidance for all companies obliged to participate in the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme.

Government announces bio-energy scheme funding

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has received approval to re-open its Bio-energy Capital Grants Scheme (BECGS).

Dutch to introduce green tax for cars

The Netherlands is set to become the first country in Europe to replace annual road tax on cars with a green tax based on a price per kilometre driven.

Europe negotiating on energy saving building proposal

New buildings to be highly energy efficient and use renewable energy, and existing buildings to be brought up to energy saving standards by 2021.

New energy efficiency label for white goods

The European Parliament is putting the finishing touches to a new energy efficiency label which will be displayed with any advertisement promoting the price or energy efficiency of white goods.

Environmental Knowledge Exchange event comes to the North West

Envirolink Northwest and the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) are bringing the IEMA Knowledge Exchange event to Manchester to showcase the latest innovations in energy and environmental technologies.

Micro-renewables to be made permitted developments

The Department of Communities and Local Government launches a consultation on removing the need for planning permission to install small scale renewables on non-domestic buildings.

Brits are more environmentally aware at home than at work

A recent survey questioning UK workers on their environmental habits at home and at work reveals a far better attitude towards recycling and energy saving when at home.

Innovative ‘buy one get one free – later’ scheme to tackle waste

One of the UK’s largest supermarket chains has revealed plans to introduce a ‘buy one get one free – later’ scheme to reduce the amount of perishable food which goes to waste.