Could you be saving money on energy bills and cutting carbon emissions?
We build and manage community-owned renewable energy projects with businesses, schools, and communities across Oxfordshire.
Working with Low Carbon Hub to install a community-owned solar PV array means:
- hosting a solar PV array on your rooftop, at no cost to you
- working with a trusted and experienced local partner with 50 projects in operation
- we take full responsibility for the operation, maintenance, and insurance for the array for the lifetime of our roof lease with you
- you benefit from using the renewable energy generated on site, buying it at a discounted rate directly from us
- your energy generation benefits the community – our profits are used to fund further carbon-cutting activities and support the local community.
We’re looking for sites with:
- A roof large enough to host an array (e.g. 250 m2 – see our video below on how to measure your roof)
- Building has significant day-time energy use (100,000 kWh/pa)
- Not north-facing
- Good roof condition
- Owner-occupied or with a 10 + year lease in place.
Check to see if your roof is a suitable size for a Low Carbon Hub solar PV array in our short video:
Get in touch
If your organisation or school meets these criteria, then we’d love to hear from you. Please contact James Ochiltree, Business Development Manager on email@example.com or call 01865 246099.
Watch this short video to learn more about one of our largest solar PV installations at Norbar Torque Tools Ltd.
- ProjectIn 2013, Oxford Bus Company was the Low Carbon Hub’s very first community-owned solar PV installation. We have since expanded from this single rooftop to a significant renewable energy portfolio working with schools, businesses and community organisations across Oxfordshire. In 2019, it was fantastic to work with Thames Travel, another subsidiary of the Go-Ahead Group…Find out more
- ProjectSonning Common Primary School was the 25th Low Carbon Hub Solar School, with 84 solar pv panels installed which are owned and managed by Low Carbon Hub. The school is a OCC Maintained School located in South Oxfordshire and is home to almost 400 pupils The solar panels generate 20,320 kWh of clean electricity every…