Low Carbon confirms plans to develop a new solar energy park in Lincolnshire


Proposed new solar and energy park will provide enough clean energy to power over 160,000 homes and avoid more than 100,000 tonnes of CO2 emission every year.

Initial consultation on proposals anticipated early 2022.


Action on Biodiversity


Delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the first part of the UN’s 15th Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15 or “Biodiversity COP”) being held this week brings into focus the urgent need for immediate action on global biodiversity.

Held as a precursor to the in-depth negotiations expected to take place in person in May 2022 and positioned ahead of COP26, the resounding message is a need to “raise the ambition” and agree a new global deal to reverse biodiversity loss by 2050. During the conference, 100 countries signed up to the Kunming Declaration. This non-binding document pledges “to reform incentive structures, eliminating, phasing out or reforming subsidies and other incentives that are harmful to biodiversity” and “to mobilise additional financial resources from all sources, and align all financial flows in support of the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.”


Low Carbon announces the appointment of John J. Graves, CFA to the Investment Committee of Low Carbon Investment Management


The appointment of Graves will help Low Carbon to accelerate its global expansion in large-scale renewable energy

With 20 years’ experience as a senior institutional investor and limited partner, Mr. Graves will leverage his expertise in underwriting private funds and customised investment programmes, with a focus on large-scale real assets platforms in infrastructure and renewable energy, to accelerate Low Carbon’s global expansion.


The IPCC sixth assessment report – the physical science basis


Low Carbon‘s commitment to climate action

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s ground-breaking report,[1] compiled by a group of 234 scientists from 66 countries, showed that temperatures will exceed 1.5C above industrial levels within the next two decades unless fossil fuels are phased out. This report was the first part of the sixth assessment report and details the core underlying science regarding climate change – two further instalments on the impact of the climate crisis and ways of reducing those impacts will follow next year.  So far, the report  has shown that the emission of carbon dioxide, or CO2, caused by the burning of carbon-based fuels, is significantly contributing to global warming. This is expected to cause temperatures to exceed 1.5C above industrial decades. Described as a “code red for humanity”[2] the report is a powerful warning to us all and reinforces Low Carbon’s belief that climate change is the greatest emergency facing humanity.


Low Carbon announces acquisition of 30 MW Mörknässkogen wind farm in Finland


The wind farm forms part of Low Carbon’s exclusive development pipeline in Finland of more than 120MW

16 August 2021: Low Carbon has recently completed the acquisition of the Mörknässkogen wind farm in Finland. With an expected capacity of 30MW from 5 wind turbines, the project forms part of Low Carbon’s exclusive renewables pipeline of more than 120MW currently being developed in the country.