Towards an Oxfordshire Energy Strategy: Developing the Route Map

SmartKlub will be helping OxLEP plan a joint future energy strategy on 18th April in the second collaborative workshop on energy route mapping. It is planned that community energy will form a central core to the themes. Tools developed locally such as “Community Action Platform for Energy” (CAPE) will extend the possibility of what is[…]

BT’s David Reynolds joins SmartKlub to head up Smart Cities IoT & East Anglian Networks

We are pleased to announce David Reynolds has joined SmartKlub to head up Smart Cities IoT & East Anglian Networks. David’s 31 year career with BT spanned all of its different lines of business and customer segments, for which David led a number of large scale IT transformation programmes. During the summer of 2017, David decided[…]

Finalists at the Community Energy England Awards 2017

  David Morgan CO CEO of SmartKlub said “It was great for CAPE to be recognised by government and Community Energy England. This serves as a real boost to our plans of rolling CAPE out in more cities across the UK, so that communities can benefit from affordable green energy.” CAPE empowers cities and their communities to discover and deliver their low-carbon energy projects through a collaborative[…]

SmartKlub Help Launch New Regeneration & Retrofit Vision

On 11 October in Manchester, Charles Bradshaw-Smith co CEO of SmartKlub, presented a critical element of the UKGBC’s new report on how to better retrofit communities with energy efficiency measures in order to meet UK 2050 climate change targets and regenerate social value in neighbourhoods. The new approach is well summed up by the following sentence[…]

SmartKlub meets Energy Minister

Charles Bradshaw-Smith co-CEO of SmartKlub met with Claire Perry MP Minister for Climate Change & Industry on 24 July to coincide with BEIS announcement on Smart Energy.  The minister was visiting the University of Nottingham to learn more about their energy research and in particular learn about Project SCENe where SmartKlub is innovating a new[…]

SmartKlub Open for Business in Scotland

Charles Bradshaw-Smith launched SmartKlub Scotland in Edinburgh on 23 May at the Low Carbon Scotland conference in front of Paul Wheelhouse, SNP MSP Minister for Business, Innovation & Energy. SmartKlub chaired two sessions during Scotland’s leading conference for local authorities and energy service providers.  In the opening session, Charles explained SmartKlub’s services including their revolutionary[…]

SmartKlub Scotland Launches in May

SmartKlub is pleased to announce that it has established SmartKlub Scotland.  Devolved Scotland is particularly well suited and motivated to establish localised energy generation and storage in the community.    This extends SmartKlub’s reach beyond its existing territories in England and Wales including city partnerships in Leeds, Milton Keynes and Nottingham.  SmartKlub sees this as[…]

SmartKlub Tackles Energy Efficiency Retrofit at Ecobuild 2017

By providing a network for participants and leading industry players, Ecobuild aims to connect people, places and products and advocate for sustainable built environments. This year Ecobuild saw 20,000 forward thinking professionals come together to join the Redefining Sustainability debate.  As part of the work with the UK Green Building Council’s Regeneration Task Group SmartKlub’s[…]

SmartKlub creating a SCENe…

SmartKlub is pleased to announce its success in winning a major new Innovate UK funded research project.  Called Project SCENe (Sustainable Community Energy Networks), the aim of the project is to accelerate the adoption of “off grid” energy in the UK (i.e. minimised use of the national grid). SmartKlub and its collaborators will achieve this by[…]