Oxfordshire Greentech is hosting a range of events geared towards helping our members hear from some of the best speakers in their sector, network with likeminded innovators and investors, and have a platform to showcase their own work among their peers. Our events give our members the opportunity to find out more about innovations and developments in their sector and form collaborative, forward-thinking partnerships across sectors – our events help our members to create an impact and make a difference.

Oxfordshire Greentech was launched on 6 February 2019 at a hugely successful event attended by over 250 delegates. Read more here.

See this video from one of our past events: the future of innovative, sustainable building projects 

Oxfordshire Greentech is proud to use Bioregional’s One Planet Living principles.

These principles target each aspect of sustainable living, ranging from Zero Carbon, to Local and Sustainable Food, to Health and Happiness. They map onto the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and allow for a holistic approach that helps you work greener and live healthier and happier lives. We use them to help categorise the different topics our events are based on.

Upcoming Events

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The Uncomfortable Truths Behind Eco-Innovation 

28 April 2021 | 07.45 – 09.30 BST (inclusive of networking)

Online event 

Join us for this first event in the Taylor Vinter ‘Future Focus, fresh thoughts on environment and innovation’ series of breakfast talks and networking.   

Hear from Prof Bob MontgomeryProfessor of Zoology, co-founder of the world’s first Conservation Venture Studio with a mission to accelerate innovative solutions addressing the world’s most pressing environmental problemsand Chris Goodall, advocate and communicator about the low carbon energy transition and author of ‘What we need to do now’. 

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Meet the Buyer: Shimizu

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 7 April 2021 

Shimizu Corporation is an architectural, civil engineering, and general contracting Japanese firm with more than 210 years of history.

Shimizu is seeking new business projects that are sustainable and contribute to the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change: Plastic waste management, battery storage for renewable energy, hydrogen generation from water, carbon offset, emissions trading and reduction of CO2, and insect tech.

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How can satellite technology help support business sustainability?

21 April 2021 | 10:00 GMT

Online webinar

 

Join us to find out how satellite technology and geospatial intelligence can be used by businesses to help them progress on their sustainability goals. Also hear about ways space-tech and green-tech could be integrated to provide new solutions for sustainable businesses.

This event is part of a broader initiative to explore the use of ‘Satellites for Corporate Sustainability’. This event is meant to be the beginning of an exciting journey, introducing our first topic on how satellite technology can support sustainable businesses. It will be followed by a more tailored approach, doing deep-dive workshops with particular corporate companies to explore their specific challenge areas and see how an integrated approach to satellite-tech can emerge to solve these challenges on a global scale.

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POSTPONED – Powering the Clean Growth Era

18th March 2020 | 8:30am – 1:30pm

Saïd Business School, Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HP

Join us to celebrate our first year in operation as Oxfordshire Greentech and hear about the future of the low-carbon economy in Oxfordshire

New decade. New era. More growth for clean, green businesses.

With climate emergency declarations coming from a variety of institutions over the past year, the world is changing. The business case for achieving zero-carbon is growing all the time. Oxfordshire’s low-carbon sector is expanding and disrupting the fossil fuel economy.

So, as more and more businesses transition their operations, services, and products towards a more sustainable model, join Oxfordshire Greentech – the business network for a low-carbon future – and our affiliate network Cambridge Cleantech for our annual conference.