Local Energy Market
The way we use, store and buy energy is changing.
Greater Manchester is adopting a clear and ambitious approach to climate action, driven by the science and evidence but with individual, community, industry and institutional action at its heart.
We know that if we want a low-carbon future we need to work together. That’s why we’re committed to supporting projects that promote, protect and enhance the environment.
Making sure our homes, workplaces and buildings in Greater Manchester are warm and comfortable uses a lot of energy especially in older buildings. To make sure we reduce the effect this has on our environment we need to make changes to how we heat and cool them. Using less energy and making them fit for the future.Find out more
Transport for Greater Manchester’s electric travel website helps people who need to drive decide whether switching to an electric vehicle (EV) is right for them.Find out more
Young people are demanding that we take more direct action to address the climate emergency. With over 2000 schools across Greater Manchester and with countless pupils and student leaders eager to be part of the challenge.Find out more
The Boiler House is a friendly community workshop space dedicated to making and mending, just a mile from the middle of Manchester. We offer access to a wood workshop, DIY workshops, and space for events.Find out more
Our Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme is looking at how we can improve our public sector buildings to make them greener and more energy efficient.Find out more