Ben Ainslie Racing and Low Carbon take the lead in sports team sustainability

16.06.15

As construction on the new home of Ben Ainslie Racing nears completion, the team and Low Carbon call on sports teams to consider how they can use their influence to drive change.

16 June 2015 – Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR), spearheaded by Olympic multi-gold medallist Sir Ben Ainslie, has called on sporting organisations in the UK to use their clout to educate and inform the public about the importance of being more environmentally friendly, as the construction of the BAR team’s new energy-efficient headquarters in Portsmouth reaches its final stages.

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Low Carbon raises £106m in UK solar refinancing deal

27.05.15

LONDON, May 27, 2015 – Low Carbon, the leading renewable energy investor, is pleased to announce the completion of its £106 million refinancing deal with Macquarie Infrastructure Debt Investment Solutions (MIDIS) for part of its existing portfolio of operational UK solar parks.

The refinancing deal includes a combination of RPI-linked and fixed-rate debt. The deal enables Low Carbon to continue its momentum in driving scale in the development of clean, renewable energy.

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Low Carbon’s solar parks to power 25,300 UK homes

31.03.15

Low Carbon announces five newly commissioned solar sites, producing 84.3MW

Renewable energy investment company, Low Carbon, today announces the addition of five newly commissioned sites to its solar portfolio. These new sites will save in excess of 36,000 tonnes of CO2 per year and power more than 25,300 UK homes.

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Low Carbon and Nur Energie support energy security with TuNur large scale solar project

20.10.14

TuNur project will provide clean energy to more than 2.5 million homes, creating double the energy of UK’s nuclear energy output

Renewable energy investment company, Low Carbon and utility scale solar developer Nur Energie, are partnering in the development of their TuNur project. TuNur is a flagship 2GW solar export project in the Tunisian Sahara which will be connected to the European electricity grid via a dedicated cable.

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