Low Carbon demonstrates the power of the elements at Land Rover BAR’s new Tech Deck


Interactive educational centre offers unique perspective of sustainability in sport

20 May 2016 – Land Rover BAR’s new interactive “Tech Deck” Education Centre was officially opened by Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge – the Royal Patron of the team’s official charity, the 1851 Trust. The Duchess was joined at the opening by Land Rover BAR Team Principal and Skipper Sir Ben Ainslie and Sir Keith Mills, Chairman of the 1851 Trust.


Northern Parade Infant and Junior School completes solar PV installation in a bid to become more sustainable


Portsmouth primary school works with renewable energy investor, Low Carbon and the Land Rover BAR sailing team to reap benefits of renewable energy technology

PORTSMOUTH, UK – 22 MARCH 2016 – A primary school in Portsmouth has become the latest to lead the charge for sustainability by completing an onsite rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) installation, in partnership with several local organisations. The project at Northern Parade Infant and Junior School in Hilsea, Portsmouth means that the school will not only reduce its carbon emissions, but will also benefit from the use of free renewable electricity that will be generated by the panels. This will significantly reduce the running costs of the school buildings, and will allow budgets to be allocated to other key projects within the school.


Low Carbon is buzzing to champion biodiversity


Low Carbon partners with Plan Bee to install 25 beehives on five of its solar farms across southern England in a bid to promote greater biodiversity and boost the local bee population.

London, UK, 26 August 2015 – Leading renewable energy investment company Low Carbon has launched an initiative to promote greater biodiversity in Cornwall, Dorset and Suffolk. Low Carbon has partnered with sustainability company Plan Bee to install and manage 25 bee hives across five of its solar farms.


The home of Land Rover BAR is now powered by the sun


Land Rover BAR and renewable energy investment partner, Low Carbon, today announce that the team’s roof top solar installation is now fully operational.

The solar panels installed at the home of Land Rover BAR have a capacity of 114kW and will contribute approximately 130,000kWh of clean energy per year towards the team’s energy needs – enough to power more than 40 homes, while saving over 60 tonnes of CO2.