News and events

ESO in conversation: Sam Hampton, Environmental Change Institute

For the first of a series of interviews with the people delivering ESO, we talked to Sam Hampton, post-doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford’s Environmental Change…

22 June 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

ESO webinar – 1 July

We’ve teamed up with Oxfordshire Greentech and B4 to host a webinar on ESO. Join us to hear directly from some of our project partners on the latest developments and what impact they hope the project will have, both here in Oxford, and further afield. Speakers will include: Tom Hayes, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Green Transport and Zero…

16 June 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

Stonewater and Kensa pilot smart city scheme

A local energy system demonstrator project aiming to evidence how ground source heat pumps with smart heating controls can reduce heating costs for residents, whilst also lowering…

16 June 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

Overcoming barriers to fleet electrification

Prior to lockdown Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) partner, Pivot Power, and the Freight Transport Association (FTA) held a workshop to help Oxfordshire-based businesses overcome barriers to fleet…

19 May 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

A breath of fresh air

Innovative heating systems tackle climate change & air pollution According to current estimates by the UK Health Alliance, outdoor air pollution contributes to around 40,000 premature deaths, over…

11 May 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

Oxford kickstarts EV revolution with Energy Superhub Oxford

Press Release: Oxford City Council has taken delivery of its first electric vehicles (EVs) as part of Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO), a world-first project showcasing an integrated…

23 April 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

‘The answer is clear.’ Choose electric cars to protect the planet.

A new study dispels the myth that electric vehicles could increase carbon emissions once and for all. Researchers found that driving an electric car is better for…

31 March 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

Oxford win award for low carbon transport strategy

Congratulations to Oxford City Council who picked up the Environmental Award at this year’s Carmen Transport Awards in London on 10th March. The award recognised the Council’s ambition and commitment to lowering transport emissions, and in particular its partnership with Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO). ESO represents a £41m investment in the city’s infrastructure, which will help power a cleaner, greener…

20 March 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

Upcoming events in March

We’re going to be out and about over the coming months banging the drum about ESO’s world-first approach to decarbonising transport, heat and power and how it…

28 February 2020

a1-esoAsset 1

End of posts

No more posts to load

Newsletter sign-up