Energy Superhub, Oxford

Energy Superhub Oxford

Summary Ground Source Review: Energy Superhub, Oxford

 

Over 300 Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps feature in the world’s-first Energy Superhub.

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Ground Source Review: Energy Superhub, Oxford

 

A £41million low carbon transport, power and heat energy superhub is being built in Oxford, and will include the retrofit of over 300 Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps in domestic properties. The smart city approach will demonstrate the potential for large-scale heat and transport decarbonisation with ground source heat pumps, grid-scale energy storage, the largest hybrid battery ever deployed for EV charging points, and optimised energy trading.

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Key Facts

  • Kensa Contracting managed scheme
  • £41m world-first Energy Superhub in Oxford
  • Part-funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
  • Supports the decarbonisation of transport, power and heat
  • 300 Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps
  • Grid-scale energy storage
  • Hybrid battery
  • EV charging points
  • Optimised energy trading

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