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

Knowsley manufacturer launches energy saving window film

Engineering firm Abbey Group has launched an innovative new window film designed to help businesses reduce their carbon footprint and save money on heating.

3 in 10 would quit their job for greener employer

A rising proportion of UK workers would consider quitting their current job to work for a more environmentally-friendly employer, and a quarter would even be willing to take a pay cut.

Third of businesses suffer power cuts

One in three UK businesses have experienced electricity outages over the last year according to a new study, highlighting the importance of ensuring energy resilience on-site.

Surge in firms setting 100% renewable power goals

A group of global corporates aiming to power themselves with 100% renewable electricity now has over 200 members, with nearly half already influencing their suppliers to do the same.

Massive Attack partner with Manchester scientists to cut impact

Bristol-based band Massive Attack have partnered with the University of Manchester to analyse and reduce the impact of the music industry on the environment.

Hospital staff boost sustainability with ‘Green Rewards’ scheme

Following its declaration of a climate emergency, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust has revealed the benefits of an organisation-wide employee behaviour change programme.

Event: Building capacity to deliver green infrastructure

The UK Green Building Council is hosting an all-day event on 12 December at the University of Salford to explore how organisations can supply Greater Manchester with green spaces.

Building materials giant sets energy, waste and water goals

Insulation and construction materials firm Kingspan has launched a major strategy setting out how it will reduce its carbon emissions, use green materials in its products and save water in manufacturing.

Manchester venue goes green with Siemens tech

An historic venue for Manchester’s world-famous Hallé orchestra has cut its energy costs by 35% thanks to an integrated digital building management system from Siemens.

Electric mini-diggers rolled out by electricity network operator

Electricity North West is the region’s first company to purchase state-of-the-art JCV electric mini-diggers which are quieter, zero emission and cheaper to run than diesel diggers.