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

Reminder: Greater Manchester’s Big Clean Switch

Organisations and residents across Greater Manchester are being offered an easy switch to clean electricity tariffs as part of a UK-first city-wide campaign backed by politicians and businesses.

Training: Driving Sustainable Growth

Transport for Greater Manchester has teamed up with the Business Growth Hub to run a series of half-day training sessions on how improving resource efficiency can help to win work.

Smart meter training centre opens in Cheshire

A specialist training facility has opened in Runcorn to help upskill engineers for smart meters, with millions of meters in homes and businesses due to be replaced by the end of 2020.

Going green no longer just for ‘big players’

A worldwide study from HSBC has revealed that sustainability is no longer just the remit of major corporates, with a third of ‘smaller firms’ now treating it as a key long-term objective.

Hydro plant proposed for Salford Quays

Manchester’s Salford Quays, which already hosts a low carbon district heating network, could become home to a hydroelectric plant large enough to power 500 homes.

Manchester energy project gets £180k funding

Qbots, a start-up which is working with a range of building owners in Greater Manchester, has won government innovation funding to develop its cost-saving smart energy management software.

What does China’s plastic ban mean for you?

A Chinese ban on plastic waste imports has created a looming crisis in the UK, with the pressure on to revolutionise the waste system and make producers more responsible for their waste.

A greener Greater Manchester: Have your say

Greater Manchester is asking its residents and businesses for views on the region’s environmental priorities ahead of its inaugural Green Summit on 21 March.

Green fleet perks ‘cannot be ignored’

New research claims businesses could get a slice of £14 billion in fuel savings by switching their fleets to electric, while the tax break for electric vans has been extended to 2021.

Guide: how to be a good supplier

The Carbon Trust has published a 21-page ‘how to’ guide to help suppliers manage environmental performance to meet ever-increasing demands and requests from customers.