Case Study

Owen Mumford - Woodstock

The project:

This 41.08 kWp array provides 33,932 kwh a year to Owen Mumford's site in Woodstock. With the addition of this final array, Owen Mumford's total installed capacity across both sites comes to a respectable 141.08 kWp. 

Owen Mumford, a global industry leader in medical device design and manufacturing, is the third Oxfordshire business to partner with the Low Carbon Hub on an onsite solar PV power station.

In return for the use of its roof space the business saves on its annual electricity bill and avoids 66 tonnes of CO every year by using the clean energy for their business operations. 

The solar panels were funded through our oversubscribed 2014 community share offer, giving the company's staff and local organisations and residents the opportunity to own the installation.

The funds from the electricity generated give a return to the community who have invested in the panels, as well as helping reduce our hosts' energy bills and enabling future community-benefit projects. Find out more here!

Photos / map / Impact

  • Om Wdstk 41K W Copy
  • 41.08 kWp installed capacity
  • 157 Solar panels
  • 33,932 Annual generation (kWh)
  • 20 year agreement to host Low Carbon Hub solar PV project
  • 53% discount to the site on solar electricity purchased
  • ZERO cost to the business for the term of the project
  • 302 tonnes CO2 emissions to be saved over the project life
  • £53K savings to the business electricity bills over the project life
This not only benefits Owen Mumford with lower electricity costs and reduced carbon emissions, but the nature of the Low Carbon Hub business model means that Owen Mumford will also be de facto supporting the roll-out of community renewable energy to schools, church halls and community centres across Oxfordshire.

Greg Webster, Environmental Steering Group at Owen Mumford

Work with us

  • Adraino Figueiredo Operations Director Low Carbon Hub Team 500
    Adriano Figueiredo
    Operations Director
    01865 246099
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