Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Skye works for Low Carbon Hub in the communications of our community-owned renewable energy projects. As Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Skye supports the development and delivery of Low Carbon Hub campaigns, manages various social channels, builds a strong online and in-person presence, and tells our stories.
Prior to joining Low Carbon Hub, Skye supported the communications of various community groups and social enterprises focused on environmental equity, grassroots climate mobilisation, and youth advocacy. Skye is currently completing an MSc in Social Justice and Community Action at The University of Edinburgh alongside her role at Low Carbon Hub.
- We are thrilled to present our highly anticipated 2023 Social Impact Report, showcasing the impact we have created over the last financial year. This is a summary of the contribution we have made towards the creation of an energy system that’s good for people and good for the planet. 2022/23 was an incredibly busy year,…
Low Carbon Hub 2023 AGM: our reviewOn Monday, 2 October 2023, we held our Annual General Meeting (AGM) online, bringing together Members and supporters to discuss our achievements, goals, and commitment to a sustainable future. We extend our gratitude to everyone who attended and participated in this important event. The meeting commenced with a comprehensive review of our renewables portfolio, without…6 October 2023
Sustainable Living: Energy Saving Homes is back this September!Energy Saving Homes returns to show what is possible when it comes to retrofitting your house and how you can make steps towards tackling climate breakdown, and lowering home operating expenses. Energy Saving Homes is making a comeback during the Oxford Open Doors event over the weekend of 9-10 September 2023. This year, in partnership…14 July 2023
Low Carbon Hub recognised as Most Environmentally Sustainable Business by OxLEPLow Carbon Hub, has been honoured with the award for “Most Environmentally Sustainable Business” by the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP). Last week, we had the pleasure of attending the OxLEP Business Celebration evening at the stunning Natural History Museum. This event recognizes the remarkable achievements and contributions of small and medium-sized businesses in Oxfordshire.…12 June 2023
From Classroom to Community Energy: Cherwell Students Explore the World of Climate CommunicationsLast week Low Carbon Hub attended Cherwell School’s World of Work Day to promote the importance of community energy, share our vision of a low-carbon future with students and challenge them to create a marketing campaign that considered the motivations of different members of society. The fight against climate change is one of the biggest…12 May 2023
Exploring the Key Messages from our Smart and Fair Neighbourhood trials ReportAs the ambitious and pioneering Project LEO drew to a close earlier this year, we have produced a report that looked at the Smart Fair Neighbourhood trials that took place over the term of Project LEO that outlined what was tested and achieved through each of the six local trials. The D3.10 Report is a…5 May 2023
Explaining the People’s Power Station 2.0When we picture a power station, what generally springs to mind is a massive structure full of complex technical equipment that produces electricity. The People’s Power Station 2.0 is a bit different, so we wanted to take the opportunity to explain what it is, why it’s invaluable to the work of Project LEO and Low…20 April 2023
End of Project LEO celebrations!Project LEO, a unique and ambitious four-year collaborative innovation programme, celebrated the end of the project and the launch of its final report. Project LEO, which stands for Local Energy Oxfordshire, was a multi-million-pound initiative that aimed to trial how we can create a greener, more flexible and fair electricity system not just in Oxfordshire…1 March 2023
A People-Powered Transition: Why Community Energy Matters in Chris Skidmore’s Net Zero ReviewWe take a look at Chris Skidmore’s Mission Zero report and the importance of community energy. In January, Chris Skidmore released his anticipated net-zero review: Mission Zero. The report calls for accelerated climate action from the UK Government. The Net Zero Review has travelled to all four nations of the UK, received 1800+ responses to…22 February 2023
Oxford recognised as a Net Zero leader on climate change with new innovation projectOxford has been recognised as a Net Zero leader in combatting climate change, having been awarded £75,000 feasibility funding by the government to help accelerate Oxford’s transition to Net Zero. Oxford has a goal to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions across the city as a wholeby the year 2040 – ten years ahead of the…13 February 2023
Low Carbon Hub, Highly Commended, at Community Energy England Awards 2022We are delighted that the Low Carbon Hub has won national recognition at the Community Energy England Awards 2022. The 2022 Community Energy England award ceremony took place this month on 20 January 2023. Our team at Low Carbon Hub were shortlisted alongside Community Energy South and Exeter Community Energy in the category Community Energy…25 January 2023
Energy is a health and wellbeing issueWith the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, many are becoming more aware of the link between keeping warm and maintaining good health. But more than a ‘nice to have’, energy and health are inextricably linked. Access to clean, sustainable, and affordable energy is crucial to achieving health and wellbeing for communities. The flip side is that risks…22 December 2022