Bri-Tek Technologies, an LED lighting company based in Bolton, has highlighted its growth progress in a video interview with the Business Growth Hub.
Danfield Ltd, a textiles bobbin manufacturer, has made a number of energy efficiency improvements to its factory and manufacturing equipment, saving thousands of pounds in the process.
Greater Manchester’s Low Carbon Hub is urging low carbon and environmental businesses to join its network and help to build the UK's greenest economy.
As Greater Manchester faces the ongoing challenge of austerity measures – the combined authorities are proving they are stronger together - with an award winning procurement framework.
Velden Engineering (UK) Ltd, a subcontract engineering firm, has achieved a significant cut in its carbon footprint since 2012 after making cost-effective investments in low carbon technologies.
MHA Lighting, an award-winning LED lighting manufacturer in Atherton, Wigan, is strengthening its role in Greater Manchester’s low carbon sector with support from the Business Growth Hub.
New legislation is set to help businesses reduce their energy consumption whilst boosting productivity.
A trial of new energy modelling software could help Greater Manchester deliver a ‘master plan’ for sustainable local heating.
Lancashire County Council has announced plans to inject £4.6m into rural businesses across Lancashire and Greater Manchester to support employment and encourage economic growth.
Energy Gain UK, a low carbon energy specialist based in Tameside, is finding new growth after receiving funding and sales development support from the Business Growth Hub.