We’re an internationally recognised and award-winning expert in facilitating the development, construction and operation of renewable energy systems for our partners and clients.
We provide all the expertise, services and support our clients need to invest in high quality renewable energy and low carbon technologies in the UK and internationally. We do this by providing consultancy and contracting services to clients and through direct investment in projects and technology solutions with our partners.
This is achieved through our UK and international subsidiary companies:
- Locogen Asset Management: Providing safe and proper operation of renewable assets whilst also maximising revenue streams and boosting ROI for our clients.
- Locogen Consulting: Providing investment-grade technical and commercial expertise and advisory services to support the development, design, build and operation of projects.
- Locogen Investments: Investing internationally in technology solutions and companies aligned with our vision.
We operate across the renewable power, low carbon heat and low carbon transport sectors. We carefully select reputable high-performing technology providers for our solutions, but always remain independent to ensure the best solutions for each individual situation.
We consent, engineer, procure, construct and operate solutions that deliver results and provide an attractive return on investment for our clients. We offer a full range of services to develop, build and operate all mature and demonstrably successful technologies in these sectors, from concept through construction to operation and decommissioning.
Locogen and their partners have successfully secured funding for four innovative green hydrogen projects as part of the Scottish Government’s Emerging Energy Technologies Fund. The projects will investigate co-locating hydrogen production facilities with onshore solar and wind developments to maximise the use of renewable assets. All four projects have their own innovative objectives, from investigating
The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement on 22nd November 2023 provided welcome and long overdue measures to incentivise renewable energy projects in the UK. Policy impacting renewables in the UK has been turbulent over the past decade and there has been much uncertainty in the market stalling investment. We are hopeful that this is the start of
The UK government has announced significant increases in the strike price cap for onshore wind, remote island wind and solar PV. The increases will apply for the forthcoming allocation round 6 (AR6) of the Contracts for Difference auction. The strike price for solar PV will increase 30% from £47 per megawatt hour (MWh) to £61/MWh.