Clean Growth Fund

£20 million of BEIS funding to support a new clean technology early stage investment fund


Clean Growth Fund: Request for proposals


The Clean Growth Strategy announced the government’s ambition to provide up to £20 million to support a new clean technology early stage investment fund.

The Clean Growth Fund aims to speed up the deployment of innovative clean technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, by making direct investments in companies seeking to commercialise promising technologies.

The Fund forms part of BEIS’ £505 million Energy Innovation Programme, which aims to accelerate the commercialisation of innovative clean energy technologies and processes through the 2020s and 2030s.

A request for proposals to raise and manage the Clean Growth Fund was launched in August 2019. Clean Growth Investment Management LLP (CGIM) was announced as the successful fund manager in May 2020.

The new £40 million Fund combines a £20 million investment from BEIS alongside £20 million from a private sector investor CCLA, a UK institutional investor with an environmental social governance agenda.  The Fund has ambitions to reach £100 million and CGIM is now seeking additional investment from other private sector investors.

Further information on the fund’s eligibility criteria and investment approach is available from CGIM’s Clean Growth Fund website.

Contact details

Beverley Gower-Jones, Managing Partner -

Paul Taylor, Taylor Keogh Communications - 020 8392 8250 / 07966 782611

Published 17 October 2018
Last updated 21 May 2020 + show all updates
  1. Clean Growth Investment Management LLP has been announced as the successful fund manager.

  2. Updated information about Contracts finder and the request for proposals has been revised due to a retender following an issue with the previous procurement round.

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  4. Uploaded latest questions about the fund, along with our answers.

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