Low Carbon Hub
A catalyst for the big energy shift

A social enterprise championing community energy in Oxfordshire, Low Carbon Hub works with communities, schools and businesses to scale up renewable energy generation and put local power in the hands of local people. Projects include solar panels on schools, businesses and community buildings, a micro hydro project on the Thames, and making homes more energy efficient.

Low Carbon Hub has an extremely compelling vision for the rivers and rooftops of Oxfordshire to be the power stations of the future, delivering economic, social and environmental benefits for residents. Their surplus, in the form of community benefit funds, is ploughed back into local sustainable energy initiatives that are reducing carbon emissions in the county. Win win!

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Children at Bure Park Primary School celebrate their solar power station - a community-benefit project developed by Low Carbon Hub
An Archimedes screw turbine, installed by Osney Lock Hydro with the help of Low Carbon Hub
Community energy can power a lower carbon economy
Dr Barbara Hammond
CEO
Low Carbon Hub
23 Park End Street
OX1 1HU Oxford , Oxfordshire
United Kingdom