Thinking about the climate emergency
We want the ESO project to get everyone in Oxford thinking about the climate emergency we face, and considering if you could be swapping your old diesel car for an electric one, or your old electrical storage heater/ gas boiler for a heat pump.
Join the EV revolution
We think many people don’t realise that EVs can already be cheaper overall (due to lower running costs), as well as being better for the environment and a lot more fun to drive. We’re working on some cost comparison tools to share, but in the meantime please contact the team if you’d like to find out more. Whether you’re just running your own private car or a whole fleet of company cars, we’d like to find out more about what might be stopping you from switching.
Engaging with schools
We’re also going to be preparing some materials for schools, to highlight the realities of climate change and share some of the challenges and opportunities we face as we decarbonize our energy systems. If you’d like to find out more about what we’re doing, or have ideas of your own you’d like to contribute, please contact the team.
Get in touch
We’ve set this website up to share what the project team is up to and how far we’ve got. If there are questions we haven’t addressed, or you have other feedback on the website, please contact the team.
17 November 2020
ESO in conversation: Andrew Luers, Habitat Energy
Habitat Energy are the brains behind Energy Superhub Oxford, applying smart technology to manage the hybrid battery second-by-second and optimise electric vehicle fleet charging. The company’s Co-founder…
15 September 2020
ESO in conversation: Matt Trewhella, Kensa Contracting
27 August 2020