For Oxfordshire residents

There are lots of ways you can work with us as a resident of Oxfordshire to improve your energy efficiency or drive the installation of community-owned renewables in your local area. We can also provide information, support, and connect you to other organisations through our Helpdesk.

Invest in the Low Carbon Hub

Are you passionate about fighting climate change through decarbonising society? If so, investing and putting your money towards tackling the problem is a great action to take.

Register your home for Cosy Homes Oxfordshire

Cosy Homes Oxfordshire is a home eco-retrofit project aiming to make homes across Oxfordshire more energy efficient – reducing their energy demand – and at the same time improving the comfort and health of residents. 

If you’d like to improve the energy efficiency of your home find out more and register your home on the Cosy Homes Oxfordshire website.

Find a community group near you

There are lots of community groups around Oxfordshire working on low carbon and sustainability. This involves the low carbon community groups which are part of the Low Carbon Hub CIC, as well as others working more broadly on climate change and sustainability which are part of the CAG Oxfordshire network.

These community groups are always looking for passionate individuals to get involved with their work.

Stay up to date with our monthly newsletter

If you’re interested in community renewable energy, and would like to stay up to date with our projects and programmes around Oxfordshire, make sure you sign up for our monthly Low Carbon Hub newsletter.

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    Cosy Homes Oxfordshire

    A retrofit service for cosier, healthier, more energy efficient homes Cosy Homes Oxfordshire is a home eco-retrofit project that launched in early 2019 to help make homes across Oxfordshire more energy efficient – reducing their energy demand – and at the same time improving the comfort and health of residents. It is a partnership project…
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