The Low Carbon Hub is a social enterprise that’s out to prove we can meet our energy needs in a way that’s good for people and good for the planet.
We develop community-owned renewable energy installations across Oxfordshire that not only produce clean energy but accelerates the transition to the zero carbon energy system we need for the future, providing electricity, heat and a clean transport system, all powered by renewables.
The installations also produce an ongoing income, which is reinvested in further carbon cutting projects. We help local organisations become more energy efficient, fund green innovation, and back further community energy projects. We make every pound of investment work hard to bring our vision of a smart and fair energy system to life.
We’re at the heart of a growing partnership of people and organisations across Oxfordshire, working together, for a low carbon future.
The UK’s energy system is changing, and through innovation projects such as Project LEO, we are playing a central role in developing the smart, flexible electricity system of the future in Oxfordshire. One that benefits us all.
About investing in the Low Carbon Hub
We regularly open the Community Energy Fund for new investment. We don’t currently have a share offer open. If you’d like to hear about future investment opportunities, sign up to our newsletter. To find more about investing in the Low Carbon Hub, watch our animation below.
Low Carbon Hub in Oxford is one of the most important community energy organisations in the UK. It’s poised to start a revolution in the way we develop and use our energy.Jonathan Porritt CBE
Co-Founder, Forum for the Future
The latest Hub news
- News storyLow Carbon Oxford North (LCON) & Coalition for Healthy Streets and Active Travel (CoHSAT) awarded a large grant of £5,000 from Low Carbon Hub Community Grant Fund. Low Carbon Hub were pleased to award a third consecutive large grant of £5000 to Low Carbon Oxford North and a consortium of community groups that form the…Find out more
- ProjectOur first local authority rooftop solar PV array Ashhurst Way is a new block of flats in Rose Hill, Oxford. They are owned by Oxford City Council and were built by Oxford City Housing Ltd (OCHL). The Low Carbon Hub agreed prior to construction to purchase the completed rooftop solar PV system of 107 panels…Find out more
- ProgrammeA Project LEO trial Our Smart and Fair Neighbourhood (SFN) trials – part of the Project LEO trials – will demonstrate how flexibility services can sit at the heart of a smarter, low carbon, locally balanced energy system. We are working with five local communities to trial different flexibility services. We will explore how smart…