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  • 11th December 2018

    ‘Good day’ for solar panel owners

    Energy minister Claire Perry has confirmed in Parliament that, contrary to earlier suggestions, solar panel owners will not be forced to export their power for free from April 2019.
  • 2nd November 2018

    Energy giant partners with Salford innovator for flexible power

    EDF Energy has paved the way for its business customers to sell excess energy to the grid after signing a deal with Salford-based energy demand response firm, Upside Energy.
  • 19th October 2018

    University campus to transform into green ‘Living Lab’

    The University of Salford is planning to create a ‘Living Laboratory’ for urban green technologies such as green roofs and walls to help Greater Manchester adapt to the future impacts of climate change.
  • 12th October 2018

    Green tech on the up in Greater Manchester

    A survey commissioned in Greater Manchester shows that the city’s green technologies and services sector now employs over 45,000 people and rivals cities across the globe.
  • 4th October 2018

    First ever Green GB Week 15 - 19 October 18

    Businesses are being encouraged to take part in the country’s first Green GB Week from 15-19 October 2018, which aims to highlight the benefits of clean growth and low carbon economy.
  • 28th September 2018

    Campaigners urge government to protect solar generators

    A campaign backed by over 200 organisations is calling on government to reverse plans to scrap the export tariff for solar generators, which provides ‘fair payment’ for exporting power to the grid.
  • 7th September 2018

    Clean energy tariffs among cheapest on the market

    New research has revealed that green energy ‘has never been more affordable or so widely available’ for households, with eco-friendly tariffs making up five of the cheapest ten tariffs currently available.
  • 9th August 2018

    Leading companies predict green product rush

    More than half of CEOs at the forefront of corporate climate change action expect at least 50% of their products to be ‘low carbon’ within ten years, according to a YouGov survey.
  • 3rd August 2018

    End to small-scale renewables subsidies confirmed

    The government has confirmed it will not replace the popular Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme once it expires in next year – meaning an end on the horizon for financial support for small solar panel systems.
  • 20th July 2018

    Could Greater Manchester become an energy world leader?

    Greater Manchester has the potential to be a leading light in transforming how energy is generated and used but more local investment is needed, according to a new report.

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