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.


Low Carbon Investment Management announces the appointment of Brian Clarke as Non-Executive Director


Low Carbon has announced the appointment of Brian Clarke as Non-Executive Director to the board of Low Carbon Investment Management to help accelerate its investment in renewable energy infrastructure.

As a senior investment professional at several infrastructure investment firms, Mr. Clarke has worked with global institutional investors for more than 20 years, assisting them in analysing and investing in large-scale infrastructure projects. He has extensive knowledge of the important role limited partners play in expanding an investment platform’s capabilities through their investments. Similarly, he has built powerful investor relations programs that seek to ensure a true partnership between the investor and the investment manager, a key principle of Low Carbon. Working with Low Carbon’s senior fund management team, Mr. Clarke will play a key role in the business as it plans to direct large-scale investment into renewable energy projects including wind, solar, hydro and storage alongside leading global institutional investors.


Low Carbon bolsters team to accelerate deployment of renewable energy at scale


In its 10th anniversary, Low Carbon hires industry experts to drive increased impact in what is a crucial year for climate change with COP26 taking place later this year

Low Carbon has announced the appointment of several new industry experts to accelerate the growth of renewable energy generation in the UK and Europe. With a track record which includes more than 1GW of renewable energy capacity developed and operating and a pipeline of more than 4GW in development, Low Carbon now counts industry experts from Macquarie’s Green Investment Group, Centrica, Vattenfall, Swiss Life Asset Managers, Shell and PwC as part of the team.


Planning permission granted for £300 million Teesside waste to energy facility


  • The waste-to-energy facility, a joint venture led by Low Carbon Ltd and PMAC Energy Ltd, when complete will export up to 49.9MW of low-carbon electricity to the grid, enough to power 100,000 homes


  • Hundreds of local jobs to be created to support the UK’s net-zero ambition


Low Carbon, in partnership with PMAC Energy, announced today that planning consent has been granted for its state-of-the-art waste to energy facility: the Redcar Energy Centre.