'Introducing Energy Superhub Oxford: a world leading urban decarbonisation project' with Tim Rose

Past Event

30 November 2021, 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Online & Oxford Martin School
34 Broad Street (corner of Holywell and Catte Streets), Oxford, OX1 3BD

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Energy Superhub Oxford is a £41 million project helping to create the low carbon infrastructure Oxford needs to achieve net zero. This pioneering project is showcasing hybrid battery storage, ultra-rapid electric vehicle charging, low carbon heating and smart energy management technologies to cut carbon and improve air quality.

Please note that this is a hybrid event. You will need to register and choose whether you wish to attend in person or online. Please register here: Energy seminar registration

This event is organised by Oxford Energy, with the Oxford Martin School Programmes on the Post-Carbon Transition, Integrating Renewable Energy and the Future of Cooling

Visit the Energy SuperHub Oxford website here.

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Tim Rose
Programme Manager, Energy Superhub Oxford

Programme Manager Energy Superhub Oxford, a £41m UKRI-backed project led by Pivot Power. It aims to accelerate Oxford’s zero carbon journey and provide a blueprint for towns and cities across the UK to cut carbon and improve air quality. Before joining Pivot Power, Tim was Managing Director EMEA for Solarcentury, a world leading solar company, where he was responsible for utility-scale solar development and construction across the UK, Europe and Africa. Prior to this he worked as an executive manager in the aerospace sector. Tim is passionate about climate and environmental issues and delivering transformational change through technology. He studied Chemical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.