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

Polystyrene converter expands into new eco markets

A family company in Bury has expanded its polystyrene product range into the low carbon building insulation market - opening up new opportunities that could lead to huge growth.

North West universities ranked on emissions

The Universities of Cumbria and Salford rank among the best in the country for cutting emissions according to a new league table, while the University of Lancaster comes top for renewable energy.

Bury firm aims to break the mould

With local funding and support, insulation and energy reduction specialists Pure Efficiency plan to launch Warmcoat, an innovative thermal coating that reduces condensation on cold surfaces.

What does the energy price cap mean for businesses?

The biggest announcement of Party Conference season was Theresa May’s pledge to introduce a price cap on consumer energy bills in an attempt to fix a ‘broken energy market’.

Plastic faces ‘diesel moment’

With a public outcry about plastic pollution and the UK considering new ways of recovering and recycling plastics, one expert says plastic packaging is approaching a point of no return.

Are you packaging compliant?

Several companies have donated to environmental causes in the first half of 2017 for breaching producer responsibility rules, including a £650,000 payout by supermarket chain Costcutter.

Business leaders back ‘leaner, cleaner’ manufacturing

The North West Business Leaders Team, which includes some of the region’s biggest companies, has joined think tank Green Alliance to push for more support for resource efficient manufacturing.

How to be an expert in carbon psychology

Energy supplier npower has published a series of e-books to help businesses cut energy use and emissions by building a company culture where ‘sustainability is second nature’.

Manchester in top three for green jobs

Analysis of job vacancies over the last year have revealed that Manchester currently has the third largest share of the UK green job market, while vacancies in solar power have sky-rocketed.

Renewables power two thirds of FTSE100

The majority of the UK’s largest firms now use renewable energy, which provided nearly a third of the country’s electricity in the second quarter of 2017 - a new record.