Funding secured from the low carbon innovation fund

In recent years, the world has become increasingly aware of the need to reduce the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on the environment. As a result, many countries have taken steps to reduce their carbon footprint and invest in low carbon innovation. The Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF) is one such initiative which provides funding to projects and initiatives aimed at reducing carbon emissions and increasing the uptake of low carbon energy solutions.


The LCIF was set up by the UK Government in 2010 and has since provided over £1.5 billion in funding to over 380 projects in the UK and internationally. The fund is managed by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the UK Innovation and Science Agency (UKISA).


The LCIF provides funding for a range of low carbon solutions, including renewable energy, energy efficiency, low carbon transport, green finance and green buildings. Projects supported by the fund focus on areas such as energy storage, electric vehicle infrastructure and development of low carbon technologies.


The LCIF has been instrumental in helping to lower carbon emissions across the UK. For example, the fund has supported the installation of over 500,000 solar panels and the installation of over 2,000 electric vehicle charging points. This has helped to reduce emissions from transport-related activities by over 4%. The LCIF has also helped to create over 1,000 new jobs in the renewable energy sector.


In addition to the direct funding, the LCIF also provides support to organisations to help them develop their low carbon projects. This includes providing advice and guidance on the development of projects, helping to identify potential sources of finance and providing access to a range of experts.


The LCIF is an important part of the UK’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions and reduce its reliance on fossil fuels. It has helped to drive innovation in the low carbon sector and create jobs in the process. The fund has already had a significant impact, and it is expected that the impact will continue to grow as more projects are supported