Project Partners

Project ERIC brings together six partners and a wide range of stakeholders. A list of partners and their respective roles is given below:

Oxford Brookes University

Oxford Brookes Institute for Sustainable Development OISD heads up the assessment of the project, providing independent monitoring and evaluation of results, to be published as a white paper at the end of the project. OISD brings academic rigor and many years experience running community-focused projects. Through independent analysis OISD will assess the experience of residents … Continue reading Oxford Brookes University

Moixa Technology

Moixa Technology has been engaged in the conception, design and commercialisation of smart energy products for the past decade. Moixa Technology have a track record of successfully delivering large projects involving multiple partners, such as the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) and Department for Energy and Climate (DECC). As part of a current DECC project Moixa … Continue reading Moixa Technology


Environmental sustainability charity Bioregional Development Group are leading on community engagement and demonstrating the environmental case behind the technology proposed in the project. Bioregional have been working with multiple partners, including SMEs and large businesses, developers, communities, local council and central government, to deliver innovative environmental sustainability projects for over 20 years. BioRegional have successfully … Continue reading Bioregional


Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) are the Distribution Network Operator (DNO) in the Rose Hill area, owning and managing the electricity grid SSEN bring energy industry experience to Project ERIC and will provide support and insight into industry constraints and standards, as well as the effects distributed generation and storage can have on Low … Continue reading SSEN

British Gas

British Gas  bring energy industry experience and commercial direction. Through a series of workshops BG Solar will work with the project team to develop a ‘community energy rebate’ that would give a discount for energy produced in the community. Project ERIC will involve developing and testing a community tariff using the hardware and software developed … Continue reading British Gas


ReEnergise is an SME which finances and project manages energy efficiency measures in domestic and commercial properties and is developing a community energy model based on rewarding members for being more energy efficient, in particular they are working with communities o the Isle of Wight. ReEnergise’s role in Project ERIC will be around commercial exploitation … Continue reading ReEnergise