Browse news and features about Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire) – one of the UK’s most ambitious, wide-ranging and innovative energy trials, seeking to accelerate the UK’s transition to a zero-carbon energy system. Project LEO is running trials in Oxfordshire to understand how new technologies and services, particularly at the ‘edge’ of the network – closest to the point where people are using energy – can benefit local people, communities, and the energy system.
Critical to the success of Project LEO is the involvement of five local communities across Oxfordshire in a series of Smart and Fair Neighbourhood (SFN) trials.
The fully electric double-decker bus arrived into Oxford city centre as the first stop of a two-week nationwide tour that will end in Glasgow ahead of the COP26 summit.
Ray Valley Solar near Arncott, Bicester – the UK’s largest community-owned solar park – will generate electricity for 6,000 homes through ground-mounted panels.
Low Carbon is set to develop the UK’s largest community solar park in the Oxfordshire village of Arncott near Bicester, generating enough to power more than 6,000 homes.