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Low Carbon continues to strengthen leadership team

New hire to drive marketing at renewable investment company 

London, UK – 18th February 2014 – Today Low Carbon, the renewable energy investment company, announces the appointment of Quentin Scott as marketing director. Scott’s appointment will be the company’s second hire in the senior leadership team in the last three months.

Quentin Scott will be responsible for delivering integrated marketing programmes aimed at increasing awareness for the brand among specific target markets including developers, industry influencers and investors.

Prior to joining Low Carbon, Quentin was the UK marketing director at BlackBerry bringing more than 16 years of experience building brand awareness in business-to-business and business-to-consumer environments.

Roy Bedlow, chief executive, Low Carbon, comments, “Quentin will be an integral addition to Low Carbon as he has the skill set to take a complex topic such as climate change and communicate it in a simple and digestible way which enables people to understand how they can make an impact to address this issue. Further to this, as the organisation continues to grow, supporting this growth with a strong senior leadership team will be crucial. ”

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About Low Carbon 

Low Carbon is a privately owned investment company, committed to the development and operation of renewable energy power production. Low Carbon invests into both renewable energy developers and projects across a range of renewable energy technologies including solar, wind, anaerobic digestion and concentrated solar power. Low Carbon has a strong management team with a proven track record in development, construction, financing and management of UK solar assets, with over 180MW funded and in construction and operation today. Low Carbon remains involved in the projects for the long term. Low Carbon has a dedicated asset management team that currently manages assets on balance sheet and for third parties (unlisted and listed).