Every area of the UK has the potential to develop clean, local energy projects that deliver better homes, improved transport, high quality jobs, carbon reductions and long-term financial returns. Local authorities are key to making this happen. They have a long-term interest in the success of their communities, but many face
How can local authorities engage work with partners to develop a pipeline of investable projects in their area? How can investors make best use of the enormous opportunities that exist? Where and how will local authorities access the advice and support they need?
Throughout 2019, we will be holding workshops across
The ambition of local leaders to facilitate the transition to clean energy is high. But that ambition is stymied by a lack of capacity and capability when it comes to turning that ambition into reality. UK100 teamed up with policy experts, local leaders, developers and financiers to explore ways to solve this problem. Our answer – develop Clean Energy Action Partnerships, so that national government can build an industrial strategy with local leaders, focussed on place.
You can read the full report here:
Financing the Transition