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Posted on 22 November 2017

Low energy IT innovator wins national award

Lancashire firm Extreme Low Energy has won a major award from the Energy Institute for its innovative low energy ICT infrastructure, which has slashed energy use at schools in the region.
Posted on 22 November 2017

Drain, Steady or Bust: Electricity North West’s energy test

Electricity North West has launched an online tool to encourage customers to save energy over the winter, while announcing a full rollout of its own cutting-edge demand-reducing technology.
Posted on 8 November 2017

Hydrogen a ‘game-changer’ for the North West

Property giant Peel has put its weight behind a plan to create a hydrogen economy between Manchester and Liverpool, which could create a £1.6 billion industry for low carbon heat and power.
Posted on 8 November 2017

Stockport joins green energy club

Stockport has become the latest council in the North West to commit to running entirely on 100 per cent clean energy by 2050, with the hope that businesses and other organisations will follow.
Posted on 8 November 2017

North West recommended for smart tech pilot

A national rollout of industrial digitalisation technology could give a huge boost to sustainability and resource efficiency, and the North West could be the first to benefit.
Posted on 8 November 2017

Bolton firm cuts waste with lean manufacturing

A manufacturer of air handling ventilation ductwork has reduced waste while boosting productivity by a fifth by embedding lean manufacturing principles in its operations.
Posted on 8 November 2017

£500m productivity fund up for grabs

Lloyds Bank has launched a new asset finance fund to help businesses improve productivity by investing in high-spec technology and equipment.
Posted on 8 November 2017

Review of energy costs recommends new tax

A government-commissioned review into cutting the cost of energy has recommended phasing out subsidies for renewables and introducing a universal tax on carbon emissions.
Posted on 8 November 2017

‘Exciting time’ for Manchester heat network

Manchester City Council has won £2.87 million from government for its Civic Quarter Heat Network, which will connect several iconic city centre buildings and include a 40m ‘Tower of Light’.
Posted on 8 November 2017

Event: Shaping the Future of your Energy Network

Electricity North West, in collaboration with Manchester-based Carbon Coop, are inviting businesses to an interactive workshop on 1 December to help shape plans for the future energy system.