Oxfordshire shows high growth potential in alternative fuel motor vehicles, wind energy, and building technologies with world class R&D capabilities, coupled with innovative, low carbon technology businesses such as Oxford PV, Yasa Automotive, Zeta Group, Pilio Software Ltd, Navetas and Exhergy.
There is a long-standing energy research cluster at and around Harwell and Culham; as well as significant research and commercial expertise at Oxford Brookes and the University of Oxford.
Offering three complementary strands to a low carbon economy, Oxfordshire offers a low carbon infrastructure sector, manufacturing led growth and a low carbon services led sector for the development of world-class activities based on business, financial, policy and technical services; as well as expert business support.
Network Navigator for Business Resource Efficiency
Oxfordshire Business Support's Network Navigator for Business Resource Efficiency can help your business to save money and reduce it's environmental impact.
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