Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme
We launched the Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme (LCITP) in March 2015, in partnership with Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Scottish Futures Trust and sector specialists. It is now closed to applications.
It is a Strategic Intervention supported by the European Structural and Investment Funds.
It is overseen by the Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme Board.
The LCITP aimed to support Scotland's transition to a low-carbon economy. We provided a range of support, from expert advice to financial support to assist the development and delivery of private, public and community low-carbon projects across the country. Its main focus was to assist projects to develop investment-grade business cases that will help secure public and private capital finance to demonstrate innovative low-carbon technologies in Scotland.
The LCITP was designed to create the conditions to attract commercial investment in innovative low-carbon infrastructure projects, which could be replicated elsewhere in Scotland to maximise our potential in the low-carbon sector. It also aimed to contribute towards reducing Scotland's greenhouse gas emissions.
Current funding programmes (September 2022)
- Social Housing Net Zero Heat Fund
- Scotland’s Heat Network Fund
- Scotland’s Central Government Energy Efficiency Grant Scheme
Information on closed funding invitations is available.
We have published a list of capital projects supported through the Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme.
Please email enquiries to LCITP@gov.scot