AMP Clean Energy is a distributed energy company which supplies biomass wood fuel, develops low carbon heat and power assets, and invests in companies which support decarbonisation.
AMP Clean Energy aims to help businesses unlock the potential of decentralised, sustainable energy as the UK transitions to a low carbon future
AMP Clean Energy’s strategy is to be specialist provider of distributed heat, power and renewable fuels to help UK businesses and organisations unlock the potential of decentralised, low carbon energy.
AMP Clean Energy has access to a funding vehicle which provides finance for its biomass heat services and low carbon development projects. To date, more than £80 million has been raised for AMP Clean Energy projects through this vehicle.
The business is led by a group of experienced executives with wide ranging business experience relevant to AMP Clean Energy’s core strategy.
AMP Clean Energy is aligned to the Government’s strategy of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in line with 2020 targets.
The business is committed to ensuring the products and services it provides, as well as its own operations, are as sustainable as possible. We provide low carbon and renewable energy solutions, making use of local energy sources to generate and supply energy.
Reliable and complete biomass heat solutions for the public sector, agriculture and commercial organisations. Our robust supply chain assures customers of reliable fuel deliveries throughout the winter. Our biomass fuel meets stringent sustainability criteria, helping organisations become greener.
It may be that you’re ready to act on a fully-scoped project, or perhaps you need a funding partner you can trust to help you get from development to delivery. Either way, AMP Clean Energy won’t keep you waiting.
Our urban peaking plants support the growth of renewables by providing on-demand energy when wind and solar are not able to produce enough electricity. They also support the development of new technologies such as electric vehicles, helping our cities keep pace as the UK transition to a low carbon future.