Low Carbon Technologies

The following resources provide support to businesses in the Low Carbon Technologies sector:

We will add organisations and resources over time so please bookmark this page and check back regularly for updates.

Public Bodies

Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy BEIS – Ministerial department which brings together responsibilities for business, industrial strategy, science, innovation, energy, and climate change.

Science & Technologies Facilities Council (STFC) stfc.ukri.org – Coordinates research on some of the most significant challenges facing society, such as future energy needs, monitoring and understanding climate change, and global security.

Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) nerc.ukri.org – UK’s main agency for funding and managing research, training and knowledge exchange in atmospheric, Earth, biological, terrestrial and aquatic sciences.

Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) epsrc.ukri.org – Main UK government agency for funding research and training in engineering and the physical sciences.

Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) esrc.ukri.org – The UK's largest organisation for funding research on economic and social issues.


The Carbon Capture & Storage Association The CCSA represents the interests of its members in promoting the business of capture and geological storage of carbon dioxide (known as Carbon Capture and Storage, or CCS) as a means of abating atmospheric emissions of carbon dioxide and tackling climate change.


Low Carbon Networks & Innovation Conference 2019 www.lcniconference.org – The conference provides an opportunity to explore the key learnings from electricity and gas network innovation projects.


Clean Growth Strategy – This strategy from BEIS, published on 12th October 2017, sets out the UK government's proposals for decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy through the 2020s. It explains how the whole country can benefit from low carbon opportunities, while meeting national and international commitments to tackle climate change.

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