Oxfordshire

Building up the supply chain for home retrofit in Oxfordshire

March 9 2021
Ended

online sessions over 3 mornings, 9-11 March 2021

Cosy Homes Oxfordshire

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When we think of high polluting sectors it's usually transport or manufacturing which come instantly to mind. Yet, in Oxford, buildings are responsible for 81% of our total carbon emissions - with residential buildings alone responsible for 29% of emissions. If we are to address the climate emergency and meet targets for reducing emissions, we cannot ignore the environmental impact of our homes. In this event, we'll explore how we can reduce the impact of buildings in Oxford city, and in Oxfordshire as a county, with a particular focus on the importance of retrofitting our existing homes.

Low Carbon Homes Oxfordshire is hosted by Cosy Homes Oxfordshire, a one-stop home retrofit service reducing the carbon emissions and energy bills of Oxfordshire's homes - whilst also making them cosier and healthier to live in. The event is being developed in partnership with Oxford City Council, RetrofitWorks, Bioregional, and Oxfordshire Greentech.

When
March 9th, 2021 8:30 AM through March 11th, 2021 12:00 PM

Date & Time

March 9 2021 - March 11 2021, 08:30 - 12:00

Event partners, supporters and associations

Host Partner

Event information

Morning 1: Tues, 9 March: Oxfordshire's supply chain challenge

Time Location Description Speakers
08.30hrs Networking on tables Log-in and networking on tables All participants
09.30hrs Presentation Welcome from Low Carbon Homes: Oxfordshire's supply chain challenge Graham Lock, Low Carbon Homes
09.40hrs Presentation Opening Address: Cosy Homes' experience: contractor training and development Russell Smith, MD, Retrofit Works
10.00hrs Presentation Local authority climate emergency frameworks Sam Thomas, Cherwell DC & Oxfordshire CC
10.10hrs Presentation Supply chain innovation: re-skilling: Manchester's live events workers re-skill into retrofit Andrew Glassford, Co-Founder, 'Get In' project
10.20hrs Presentation Supply chain innovation: contractors Ian Rippin (CEO) & Alex Hughes (Data Analyst), MCS
10.30hrs Presentation 'Renewergy': energy and battery storage Richard Partington, MD, AceOn Energy Group
10.40hrs Discussion session Discussion and work groups on tables All participants
11.10hrs Q&A session Q&A with AM speakers All participants
11.30hrs Networking Networking and chats on tables All participants
12.00hrs Close Morning 1 sessions close

Morning 2: Weds 10 March: How can we innovate (1)?

Time Location Description Speakers
08.30hrs Networking opens Log-in, chats and networking on tables All participants
09.30hrs Presentation Welcome & Morning 1 reflections Graham Lock, Low Carbon Homes, and Tim Lunel, Project Manager, Cosy Homes Oxfordshire
09.40hrs Presentation Challenger Session!
Supply chain innovation - training & development
Lucy Pedler, Director, Futureproof
09.50hrs Work group Response:
Supply chain innovation - training & development
All participants
10.10hrs Presentation Challenger Session: Supply chain innovation - entreprenureship Nathan Thomas, ESF Project Coordinator, Coleg y Cymoedd
10.20hrs Work group Response:
Response: Supply chain innovation - entrepreneurship
All participants
10.40hrs Presentation Challenger: Supply chain innovation - reskilling Paul Roberts, CEO, Aspire Oxford
10.50hrs Work group Response:
Supply chain innovation - reskilling
All participants
11.10hrs Q&A Q&A with AM Speakers All participants
11.30 Networking on tables Chat and networking on tables continues til close All participants
12.00hrs Close Morning 2 sessions close

Morning 3: Thurs 11 March: How can we innovate (2)?

Time Location Description Speakers
08.30hrs Networking opens Log-in and networking on tables All participants
09.30hrs Presentation Welcome to Morning 3, and Morning 2 reflections Graham Lock, Low Carbon Homes & Tim Lunel, Cosy Homes Oxfordshire
09.40hrs Presentation Challenger session:
Supply chain innovation - contractors
Leah Robson, Director, Your Energy Your Way
09.50hrs Work groups Response: Supply chain innovation - contractors
All participants
10.10hrs Presentation Challenger Sessions: Role of Local Authority as an enabler
Richard Partington, former MD, Telford & Wrekin Council (current MD, AceOn)
10.20hrs Work groups Response: Role of Local Authority as an enabler
All participants
10.40hrs Break/Networking Chats & networking continue on tables All participants
10.45hrs Q&A Q&A with AM Speakers All participants
11.15hrs Presentation Summing-up and Next Steps Morning's Chairperson
11.30hrs Networking Chats & networking continue on tables until Close All participants
12.00hrs Close Morning 3 sessions close Look out for future events!
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Online Event (Remo)

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Lucy Pedler
Lucy Pedler The Green Register
Richard Partington
Richard Partington AceOn Energy Ltd
Russell Smith
Russell Smith Retrofit Works/Parity Projects
Tim Lunel
Tim Lunel Cosy Homes Oxfordshire/MCS Certified
Sam Thomas
Sam Thomas Cherwell District Council and Oxfordshire County Council
Alex Hughes
Alex Hughes Microgeneration Certification Services (MCS)
Ian Rippin
Ian Rippin Microgeneration Certification Services (MCS)
Nathan Thomas
Nathan Thomas Coleg 7 Cymoedd
Paul Roberts
Paul Roberts Aspire Oxford
Andrew Glassford
Andrew Glassford Get In Project
Leah Robson
Leah Robson Your Energy Your Way

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