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

Waitrose to roll out green lorries after Lancashire pilot

Waitrose plans to replace diesel lorries with a gas-powered fleet after piloting a UK-first compressed natural gas filling station in Leyland.

Travel gets smarter in Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester has taken one step towards a fully integrated public transport system by introducing a single smart card for all bus and tram journeys.

Event: Green is the New Black - with Tesla

Fancy a test run in a Tesla? The Tesla Store in Knutsford will welcome guests for a drinks reception on the importance of environmental performance on 14 September - complimentary ride included.

‘Liquid air’ energy storage project gets £1.5m backing

A cutting-edge project in Greater Manchester that uses excess electricity from the grid to turn air into a liquid to store energy has been awarded £1.5 million in funding to expand its operations.

Millennials will drive sustainable investment

If millennials are the future, then the future of business is sustainability, according to a report by Morgan Stanley - which shows nearly nine out of ten are interested in sustainable investing.

Liverpool and Manchester chosen for hydrogen pilot

Hydrogen could soon be used in place of natural gas to heat homes and businesses in Liverpool and Manchester as part of an ambitious new plan to cut the carbon impact of heating.

Printed batteries - the future of clothing?

Researchers at the University of Manchester are developing flexible battery-like devices that can be printed directly onto textiles, allowing the wearer to power devices from their clothing.

Free guide to onsite energy generation

Is onsite generation right for your business? What are the technology options and how do you choose the right one? And what is the return on investment? A digital guide has been published to help.

Eat my dust – manufacturer installs UK-first tec

Crystal Doors, a manufacturer of vinyl wrapped doors and accessories in Rochdale, is one step closer to becoming a cutting-edge smart factory after installing a state-of-the-art extraction system.

New rules will fast track green van licenses

Drivers will be able to operate much heavier electric or gas-powered vans without having to apply for a new license, as part of new proposals to make it easier to switch to low emission vehicles.