Low Carbon strengthens executive team with the appointment of Annabel Wiscarson

Annabel Wiscarson joins Low Carbon to help accelerate the creation of large-scale renewable energy infrastructure

Global renewable energy company Low Carbon has announced the appointment of Annabel Wiscarson as CEO of its Low Carbon Investment Management (“LCIM”) arm, beginning April 2024. Annabel will sit on the Low Carbon Board and report to founder and Chief Executive of Low Carbon, Roy Bedlow.

Formerly of Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), where she led the Investor Relations Group for five years, Annabel has extensive experience of working for large global investment management companies. Prior to GIP, she established and ran IFM Investors’ Global Relationship Group in Europe after beginning her career at Macquarie.

The appointment of Annabel follows the recent hire of Neil Brown as Head of Capital Formation. Neil – who also reports to Roy Bedlow – will continue to focus on building and deepening relationships with investors globally, to help achieve Low Carbon’s ambition to deploy large-scale capital into renewables.

Annabel Wiscarson, CEO of Low Carbon Investment Management said: “Throughout my career I have worked on Infrastructure investment strategies that aim to meet investors' needs deploying capital in vital infrastructure assets all over the world. Joining Low Carbon is a chance for me to apply this experience to building a world powered by clean energy.”

Roy Bedlow, founder and Chief Executive of Low Carbon, added: “Low Carbon exists to fight climate change and we are determined to play a key role in the energy transition required in this decisive decade for the planet. I am delighted that Annabel has chosen to join our purpose-driven company, and alongside Neil Brown and our Chairman Brian Clarke, we have the wealth of experience to match investor needs to the delivery of renewables at scale. We have shown since our inception that long-term purpose drives long-term sustainable returns, however we all need to be impatient and accelerate the transition; we have the team to deliver.”



Harry Padfield

PR and Public Affairs Manager