Oxford Sustainable Group

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The Oxford Sustainable Group is a renewable energy and sustainable property developer, operating across Europe,[1] it was one of the first independent developers in the region. The Oxford Sustainable Group has been active in the UK, Italy, Finland, Scandinavia, The Netherlands, Guernsey, Malta, Estonia and Romania.

Ziarul Financiar quotes the Oxford Sustainable Group as previously developing in Romania,.[2] Oxford has been referenced as one of the original independent wind developers in Finland and is referenced across Wikipedia in various sustainable categories.

According to the Oxford Sustainable Group website,[3] the Group is and has been involved in developing wind and sustainable projects of more than 500MW.

The Group has been referenced in the Financial Times,[4] New Energy Finance[5] as a leader in wind and sustainable development.

In the UK, the Oxford Sustainable Group has founded, developed and sold (assets of) three solar companies, including ISIS Solar and completed more than 800 installations. Its activities have been reported by The Times, The Sunday Times,[6] the Mail and journalist Jo Thornhill.[7] According to Ernst & Young, it was the first company to complete asset sales in domestic solar and the first 'second generation' UK solar company, completing its projects and exiting the market.

The Group's stated aim, listed on the Oxford Sustainable Group website, is to generate a high profit through following a sustainable strategy, "By generating a high return we are able to prove that when correctly using a truly sustainable approach, returns will exceed the market norm. The philosophy is simple. If we generate high returns, more interest will be attracted to our managed projects and therefore we can allocate more money to projects which have a positive benefit on society."

The CEO of the Oxford Sustainable Group, Hadley Barrett, has been quoted in a number of international publications such as Investment Week,[8] New Energy Finance,[9] Focus,[10] and Eesti Päevaleht.[11]


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