Greater Manchester Low Carbon Hub. Delivering Greater Manchester's transition to a low-carbon economy

Ribble Packaging, Oldham

Oldham based packaging firm achieves FSC Certification with ENWORKS

Oldham-based packaging firm, Ribble Packaging, has achieved Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification with ENWORKS.

Astra Signs Ltd.

Manchester sign-maker identifies new savings with ENWORKS

Astra Signs Ltd, a Manchester-based sign manufacturer and supplier, makes resource efficiency savings with support from the Green Growth service, delivered by ENWORKS.

'Rainy Date' by Hamed Parham

Adapt and thrive: Greater Manchester joins roster of EU cities adapting to climate change

Greater Manchester joins more than 60 other cities committed to integrating climate change into all key plans and strategies as part of 'Mayors Adapt'.

ENWORKS boosts job creation at Wigan solar firm

Utilitri Ltd creates a new job following free sales and marketing support from the ENWORKS Green Growth service.

Installation begins for Rochdale solar array

Rochdale embraces a new solar future

Mark Hillsdon reports on Rochdale's transformation of a waste disposal site into a solar farm.

Green blueprint house

Oldham manufacturer identifies £30k savings with ENWORKS

Building products manufacturer, Quantum Profile Systems Ltd (QPSL), has identified annual savings of over £30,000 thanks to Green Growth resource efficiency support from ENWORKS.


 Increased use of electric cars will place huge demand on our network

Smart Street: creating efficient distribution networks

Steve Cox reports on how Electricity North West is leading the way in developing smart solutions to meet the UK’s future energy challenges.

Pedalling into prosperity: the economics of cycling

Steve Connor reports on the social and economic benefits we can expect from increased levels of cycling across Greater Manchester and why it makes economic sense to invest in cycling infrastructure.

Stockport 2506_ by Flickr user Brian Rogers

Q&A: Eamonn Boylan, GM Low Carbon Hub

Stockport Council's chief executive and lead chief executive for the Greater Manchester Low Carbon Hub, Eamonn Boylan, tells Clare Wiley how the GMLCH is working towards a carbon reduction target of 48% in Greater Manchester by 2020.

M& S Commercials vehicle

Commercial vehicle repair firm values resource efficiency support

Case study: Bury firm identifies £16k savings with ENWORKS

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