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

Are combustion engines past their peak?

Global sales of combustion engine cars may have peaked in 2018, according to car industry experts, with manufacturers now rapidly shifting to electric alternatives.

Government’s post-Brexit green watchdog revealed

A new Office for Environmental Protection will be created after Brexit to hold the government to account on environmental matters, according to draft clauses for a new Environment Bill.

Greater Manchester says no to fracking

Mayor Andy Burnham has confirmed in an updated spatial plan for Greater Manchester that fracking is not welcome within the city region, which will instead ‘wholeheartedly embrace’ clean development.

Efficiency more effective than clean power, data shows

New analysis of government data shows that energy efficiency has made more of an impact on UK emissions since 2005 than renewable power.

Survey specialist finds strength in energy performance

A specialist building surveyor in Oldham has increased its turnover by 72% after working with Greater Manchester’s GC Business Growth Hub to capitalise on the growing market for energy performance.

When and how do you travel to work?

Transport for Greater Manchester is calling on businesses and organisations to take part in an online survey to explore working patterns and when people travel to work across the city region.

Salford Uni opens smart meter energy lab

The University of Salford has launched the UK’s first smart meters research facility to provide a base for industry and manufacturers working on smart home technologies.

UK to ‘lead the world’ in sustainable packaging

The government has announced up to £60 million in new funding for sustainable packaging to help British businesses follow in the footsteps of major innovators.

Industry rallies against ‘short-sighted’ energy network plans

Ofgem is facing a backlash from industry after proposing to change consumption-based charges for using the electricity grid to fixed charges, which could particularly impact businesses with solar power.

Event: Investing to Green Greater Manchester

The Greater Manchester Natural Capital Group Annual Conference will take place on 30 January 2019 to explore opportunities to protect and enhance the city region’s natural environment.