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

Office workers need energy saving ‘persuasion’

Research shows that the majority of British office workers are unaware of energy saving practices at their company and are far more likely to make an effort at home rather than at work.

North West pitches for ‘Low Carbon Industrial Cluster’ status

A group of industry, university and local government leaders have teamed up to pitch the North West as the UK’s first Low Carbon Industrial Cluster, backed by £500 million of private investment.

Greater Manchester rivers top table for plastic pollution

A study measuring microplastic pollution has found the rivers Irwell and Tame as the most polluted of ten British sties, as new legislation is put before Parliament to phase out plastics in the UK.

Manchester’s zero carbon plan moves forward

A report outlining how Manchester can meet its aim of becoming a zero carbon city by 2038 has been put before council officials for endorsement, backed by sixty ‘pioneer’ organisations.

Man City scout for sustainable start-ups

Manchester City is inviting start-ups to take part in a 5-day accelerator to help create the ‘stadium of tomorrow’, including new ideas to reduce waste, improve energy efficiency and cut emissions.

Greater Manchester Green Summit to be streamed live

Greater Manchester’s second Green Summit on 25 March will be streamed live for those without a ticket to the fully-booked event, which includes speakers from the region’s leading businesses.

National Grid adopts pioneering North West energy project

A revolutionary way to reduce electricity demand, developed in the North West, has been adopted by Great Britain’s electricity network operator National Grid.

Warrington Council invests in super advanced solar farms

Warrington Borough Council has agreed to buy two cutting-edge solar farms to be built in Yorkshire, making it the first local authority to produce all of its own electricity from clean energy.

Manchester tech firm agrees green targets

Cloud technology firm UKFast has committed to investing in new technologies and efficient systems to meet stringent emissions targets under a government-backed scheme for data centres.

Learn from new reporting rules for large companies

From 1 April 2019, all large companies must follow new rules to disclose their annual energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, but SMEs can also learn from the regulations.