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

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Multi-million pound fund to make Greater Manchester a greener city-region

Mayor Andy Burnham has unveiled a £21m European Regional Development fund as part of plans to make Greater Manchester a world-leading green city-region.

Mayor makes pledge for Greater Manchester Clean Air Day

The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has pledged to do his bit to tackle air pollution for the first Greater Manchester Clean Air Day, taking place on Thursday 15 June.

Greater Manchester Community Energy Innovation Competition 2016

During 2016, Greater Manchester Low Carbon Hub used DECC (now BEIS) funding to raise awareness of community energy and to support community energy groups.

Manchester Museum and Manchester Climate Change Agency present at the United Nations

Manchester Museum and Manchester Climate Change Agency (MCCA) jointly presented Manchester’s approach to climate change engagement at the 5th Dialogue for Action for Climate Empowerment, held in Bonn in May.

Oldham Team Awards

Oldham Council has been named the North West’s energy efficiency Council of the Year

A number of accolades came to Oldham for the innovative work being carried out across the borough.

Case study: Energy management – MediaCityUK

Derek Elliott, Head of Technical Services at MediaCityUK, explains how MediaCityUK has developed its own bespoke energy management programme in order to reduce carbon emissions and improve the sustainability of its buildings.

Greater Manchester Annual Environment Report 2016

As Chair of the Greater Manchester Low Carbon Hub, Salford City Mayor Paul Dennett reflects on the region's environmental achievements over the past year and discusses the opportunities and challenges we face ahead.

Greater Manchester Home Energy Conservation Act Report 2017-2019

Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has this week published its Home Energy Conservation Act report for 2017-2019.

Oxford Rd Heat Network commences

Crossing the Corridor

Work is almost complete to install resilient, long-lasting and sustainable infrastructure across the Oxford Road Corridor in Manchester City Centre. Manchester Metropolitan University commissioned Vital Energi provide a variety of infrastructure connections across Oxford Road between the east and west sides of the University’s Manchester Campus, including district heating piping.

Low cost energy efficiency

Low cost energy efficiency paying off in Greater Manchester

Since 2014, the Business Growth Hub has helped companies in Greater Manchester to save nearly £300,000 per annum through simple low or no cost energy efficiency measures.

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