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Posted on 10 January 2018

EU makes ground on circular economy plans

EU institutions have finally come to a series of agreements on long-debated plans for waste, recycling and packaging - with the UK still likely to comply despite the ongoing Brexit process.
Posted on 10 January 2018

The 13 energy records broken in 2017…

The UK broke 13 different clean energy records during 2017 on the way to becoming the greenest ever for energy production.
Posted on 6 December 2017

Results in for Manchester-Japan smart energy pilot

A £20 million trial of collective smart heat technology in over 500 homes in Greater Manchester was a success, reducing energy demand on the grid and saving residents money on their bills.
Posted on 6 December 2017

Cheshire firm helps RBS slash heating bill

An energy saving additive applied to central heating units at three Royal Bank of Scotland branches in a year-long trial has cut gas usage by nearly a third.
Posted on 6 December 2017

Gov asks for views on diesel scrappage

The government has opened a consultation on measures it could take to help ease the impact of forthcoming air quality measures in towns and cities on drivers, with diesels firmly in the firing line.
Posted on 6 December 2017

Bury makes ground on green goals

Bury Council has cut its carbon emissions by more than a quarter since 2009, slashing energy costs by 20 per cent in the process through energy efficiency, ‘green champions’ and other projects.
Posted on 6 December 2017

Time running out for renewables subsidies

With the Autumn Budget confirming that no new money is likely to be made available for renewable energy until at least 2025, businesses have a shrinking window to make the most of subsidies.
Posted on 6 December 2017

Oldham firm first in Europe for manufacturing award

The UK site for technical insulation manufacturer Armacell has become the first in Europe to achieve the company’s World Class Manufacturing award - which includes environmental performance.
Posted on 6 December 2017

Liverpool and Lancashire reveal electric vehicle plans

The councils of Liverpool and Lancashire are planning to install 250 new electric vehicle charging points between them to encourage the use of cleaner vehicles and improve air quality.
Posted on 6 December 2017

Bolton tech company launches energy saving ‘cryptocurrency’

Energi Mine, an energy trader that uses AI technology to help clients, has announced the pre-sale of a pioneering digital currency that could revolutionise the way energy efficient behaviour is rewarded.