ONLINE information sessions on the future of green energy are being launched by a social enterprise tackling climate change in Oxfordshire.

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the Low Carbon Hub, has been working to tackle the climate crisis with the aim of creating a zero carbon energy system, not based on polluting fossil fuels such as coal and oil, that is good for the planet.

Now the social enterprise has launched a series of web-based seminars to help people in the county stay up to date with the latest developments in creating an eco-friendly future for renewable energy, such as wind and solar power.

The first so-called 'webinar' will take place on Tuesday and will be on the subject ‘Investing in the Low Carbon Hub’s Community Energy Fund’.

Directors of the Low Carbon Hub will be discussing the latest investment opportunity within the Community Energy Fund.

On Tuesday June 2, a session will take place on ‘Energy System Transition' led by Prof Malcolm McCulloch.

Prof McCulloch, from Oxford University is particularly interested in the domestic energy sector.

He will talk about the transition to an energy system centred around renewable energy generation, and particularly on the role of local energy within the system.

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