Inspired by Communities: Energy policy & housing in Oxfordshire

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Oxford Town Hall

Oxford

OX1 1BX

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At the Low Carbon Hub, we have heard from several of our low carbon community groups who have expressed concern over the lack of energy policy in housing developments in their neighbourhoods. Therefore you are warmly invited to attend this event for all Low Carbon Hub CIC shareholder members just before our AGM on Monday 7 October.

The event will form two parts:

1) Show and tell: tackling climate breakdown
The first part of the event will be to hear from you, our CIC shareholder members, on the inspiring work you have done to tackle climate breakdown in your communities.

2) Energy policy and housing in Oxfordshire: getting your community involved
The second part of the event will look at how communities can get involved and influence energy plans for local housing development.

We are really excited to have Charlie Luxton, Architectural Designer and TV presenter, there to speak on the subject of what's possible in developing low impact housing.

We will then hear from the brilliant Eynsham Green TEA who are actively pushing for 'zero carbon energy positive development' for new builds. They will be sharing their story so far.

Come along to find out more about how you could get involved in shaping a zero carbon energy policy for your community.

We look forward to seeing you there!

This event is for all of our CIC shareholder members. Please do share the event with your members and register your free place.

All attendees are also invited to stay on afterwards to join us for our AGM, which will start at 6pm.

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Oxford Town Hall

Oxford

OX1 1BX

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Organiser Low Carbon Hub

Organiser of Inspired by Communities: Energy policy & housing in Oxfordshire

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 are calling for the creation of a new energy system that:

  • has renewable generation and energy efficiency at its heart, reducing carbon emissions
  • makes the money we spend on energy work harder for the benefit of our communities and strengthening the local economy
  • supports the creation of more locally-owned community energy projects, putting local power in the hands of local people
  • makes our homes, businesses, and community buildings more healthy and comfortable
  • is smart and flexible so as to be able to make the most of future technological solutions

 

Creating energy we can all feel good about.

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