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9th August 2018
Leading companies predict green product rushMore 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 confirmedThe 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.
18th July 2018
Manchester building to get ‘bifacial’ solar panelsThe seven-storey Windmill Green building in Manchester city centre, due to open later in 2018, will feature innovative double-glass face solar panels perfectly suited to the Manchester climate.
29th June 2018
Lancs firms team up to reward electric vehicle conversionBolton-based Energi Mine, which has developed a Bitcoin-like currency to reward energy saving, has partnered with a firm in Skelmersdale to encourage the shift to electric lorries and vans.
19th June 2018
Plug-in car and van grants extendedGovernment grants of up to £8,000 for electric cars and vans have been extended until October 2018 and will be maintained in some form until 2020.
5th June 2018
Forget about the weather, what’s the power forecast?National Grid has launched a new online tool which provides a 48 hour regional forecast of power production so users can plan to their energy use for when the grid is at its greenest.
30th May 2018
Growth in green goods and services on the upThe value of environmental goods and services in the UK economy reached £30.5 billion in 2015 - 23 per cent higher than in 2010.
24th May 2018
Guide: Using telematics to boost driver efficiencyThe Energy Saving Trust has launched a new guide to help businesses identify technologies that can encourage more efficient driver behaviour and reduce fleet mileage.
18th May 2018
Controlling voltage cuts bills and carbonElectricity North West has completed a pioneering project showing that voltage stabilisation tech can generate energy and carbon savings while paving the way for a smarter energy network.
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