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ESOx joins Carbon Monsters event in April

An online event was held in April by a consortium of local business and sustainability groups, including, Oxfordshire Business First, Oxford Brookes Business School, Bioregional, Unipart and Energy Solutions Oxfordshire. Workshops looked for practical solutions to help businesses reduce the carbon emissions from their business – and face their ‘carbon monster’. “Changing our behaviours requires…

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Saving Energy and Carbon at Thame Racquets Fitness Centre

Thame Racquets Fitness Centre – Business type: Leisure & Hospitality– Primary goals: reduce the environmental impact of the business– Measures: LED lighting, hot water timers, sauna timers, insulate pipework and suspended ceiling, reduce overnight electricity use Background A recent survey found that the two main barriers to action for small businesses wanting to transition to…

Understanding the energy usage of your organisation

A crucial step in the process of making energy efficiency improvements to a building is understanding your existing energy performance and use in order to identify improvements. Oxford Brookes’ Environmental Information Exchange team (one of our three project partners) are experts at undertaking energy assessments and audits, and in this webinar we were joined by…

How to Save Energy and Carbon – 8 November – St Hilda’s College

Join us for a networking event on saving energy and carbon in commercial and public sector buildings. Gain practical insight from the people who’ve already cut their energy bills and carbon in a mix of heritage and modern buildings Take the opportunity to speak to energy efficiency experts from Oxford Brookes University’s EiE team and…