We are Leapfrog.
We are here to enable positive social, environmental and financial impact for communities, in particular those in deprivation by enabling their participation in and benefit from, an energy system in transition to lower carbon intensity.
Our Local Energy Accelerator Platform (LEAP) is designed to help accelerate the delivery of community energy projects whilst reducing risks and costs. The first plank of LEAP is the access to bankable, industry standard legal document templates and guidance notes.
Pure Leapfrog is a leading provider of expertise and support services for the community energy sector. Services include community energy strategy development, project template legal contracts and guidance, and public engagement with commercial developers.
We are one of the leading providers of social investment to community energy projects in the UK. We provide affordable finance to community projects that deliver genuine social and environmental benefits locally.
Latest News & Events
Social and Sustainable Capital Acquires Leapfrog Bridge Finance to expand community energy investment activity
Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC) and Pure Leapfrog are delighted to announce the sale of Leapfrog Bridge Finance (LBF), the finance arm of low carbon innovator, Pure Leapfrog. SASC has financed several UK community energy projects in recent years and this...
West Sussex local energy enterprise completes £5.5million transaction amidst lockdown and launches Corona Crisis Fund. Leapfrog Finance and Communities for Renewables C.I.C. are delighted to share the news of a successful community re-finance of a 5MW solar farm by...
Pure Leapfrog now in week 3 of the lent plastic challenge! This week's theme is RESIST.Some of the most common plastic packaging found in marine litter comes from consumer products such as sweets and crisps, or toothpaste tubes. This week we are looking at what...
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Ensuring that global warming is limited below a global target of 2 degrees Celsius will require trillions of investment globally into clean energy over the next two decades. This will require significant collaboration between groups both locally and globally, the development of new business models and a seismic shift away from what the world currently sees as “business as usual”.