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

A growing heat network in Greater Manchester

Six new studies into the feasibility of developing heat networks across Greater Manchester have been given the go ahead, after receiving funding from the Government’s Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HNDU).

Q&A: Steve Johnson, Electricity North West

Steve Johnson, CEO of Electricity North West, talks to Mark Hillsdon about electricity generation and how the North West’s love of innovation is supporting the fight against climate change.

ESOS regulations: New assistance for affected businesses

New legislation is set to help businesses reduce their energy consumption whilst boosting productivity.

‘Powering Up North’: changing our communities’ energy future

The ‘Powering Up North’ Community Energy Conference for the public sector and community energy groups took place on Thursday 26th February 2015 in Manchester.

Sun set to shine on Manchester schools

Two schools in Greater Manchester have completed the first phase of an ambitious project that will enable them to begin generating their own electricity using solar power.

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Greater Manchester wins a place in £80m trial of smart heat and energy modelling

A trial of new energy modelling software could help Greater Manchester deliver a ‘master plan’ for sustainable local heating.

Energy efficiency – “too good an opportunity to miss”

ENWORKS, the award-winning environmental support service based in Greater Manchester, has been working with the Department of Energy and Climate Change to produce a new energy efficiency guide for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME's.)

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Tameside energy specialist identifies £200k potential sales

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.

'Corridor010101', Manchester Corridor

Manchester – the smart city

Manchester has provisionally been awarded a share of a €24 million pot as part of a unique ‘Lighthouse Project’ to demonstrate cutting edge green technologies. 

Q&A: Manchester Art Gallery

This year, Manchester Art Gallery has been longlisted for the Ashden Awards, which recognise organisations that promote sustainable energy. Here, Clare Wiley speaks to Amanda Wallace and Catriona Morgan, who are responsible for the gallery’s sustainability strategy.

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