Oxfordshire Greentech is a business network supporting the growth of the low-carbon sector in Oxfordshire. We will bring together businesses and organisations to encourage innovation, collaboration and knowledge transfer, to facilitate the transition towards a sustainable, low carbon future in Oxfordshire and the world.
Oxfordshire Greentech is part of the OxFutures programme, which is a £3.2m project to boost low carbon economic development in Oxfordshire. It is supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and run through a collaborative partnership between the Low Carbon Hub, Cherwell District Council, Bioregional, Oxford City Council, the University of Oxford, and Oxford Brookes University. For more information please see here.
- Create jobs and economic growth by promoting Oxfordshire as a centre for low-carbon solutions.
- Support local organisations to develop services and products that enable low-carbon, resilient lifestyles.
- Facilitate cross-sector collaborations through a forum for innovation and partnership-working.
- Provide a platform for our members to showcase how they are creating a low-carbon, sustainable world
What we do
Our goal is to make Oxfordshire Greentech a nodal centre for innovation in the low carbon sector, through:
- Creating a platform for research and innovation: We believe that by bringing people and organisations together, we can enable collaborative funding bids and practical problem solving
- Facilitating networking and collaborations: We provide an exciting forum for networking with other key players and organisations in the low-carbon sector in Oxfordshire, through peer-to-peer introductions, workshops and events.
- Inspire and showcase – Using the One Planet Living framework, we can help organisations develop their own strategies and action plans towards reducing their environmental impact
- Increase the visibility of the low carbon sector in Oxfordshire – We represent the low carbon sector across Oxfordshire and work hard to celebrate and show its impact and strength