Low Carbon appoints Sustainability and ESG Manager


Low Carbon is pleased to welcome Harriet Parker as its Sustainability and ESG Manager. The new appointment reflects Low Carbon’s dedication to sustainability in all aspects of its work – from its BCorp status to company ethos, to its commitment to best in class fundraising and project lifecycle sustainability standards.

Harriet joins Low Carbon from Arup, where she was Senior Environmental Consultant in the London environment team. She has extensive experience working with clients on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) delivery for major and complex infrastructure projects including HS2, Thames Tideway and East West Rail.


Low Carbon partners with MassMutual to accelerate transition to renewable energy


New strategic partnership to target 20GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030

UK-based Low Carbon Limited and the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) have joined forces to build a leading global renewable energy Independent Power Producer (IPP). The partnership with MassMutual will also support Low Carbon’s ambition to raise third-party investment funds with the aim of directing capital into large-scale renewable energy infrastructure projects in the UK, Europe and selected global markets.


Low Carbon & Waste Energy Power Partners announce the sale of Doveryard Limited to Octopus Renewables to construct the 185,600 tonne Oldhall Energy Recovery Project


First large-scale, subsidy free energy recovery project in western Scotland.

Low Carbon, Waste Energy Power Partners (WEPP) and Octopus Renewables recently reached financial close on the construction of the net 17MWe Oldhall Energy Recovery plant in Scotland, capable of processing over 185,600 tonnes per annum of non-recyclable household and commercial & industrial (C&I) waste which would otherwise be sent to landfill or exported.


Redcar Holdings Limited to explore carbon capture opportunities in Teesside


Redcar Holdings Limited has signed an MoU with the Northern Endurance Partnership NEP) to explore opportunities offered through carbon capture, transportation, and storage technology.

NEP’s infrastructure will decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors by capturing carbon from industrial emitters and transporting it to secure storage in the southern North Sea.