Launched in 2019, Bulb Foundation reflects Bulb's belief in the power of business for good and supports projects that fight the climate crisis.
That means two things: slowing the progress of climate change, and helping people already dealing with its effects.
And it demands thinking globally. So we work with projects, ideas and organisations at an early stage in their development to help them scale, replicate and carry out their work across countries and governments.
We're funded by Bulb
Bulb fights the climate crisis too, only with different tools to the Foundation. A certified B-Corp, Bulb provides affordable, renewable energy to homes and businesses across the UK, and abroad, supporting the transition to low-carbon energy.
Every time a new member switches to Bulb, £2 is donated to Bulb Foundation to help do more.
We're an independent foundation
And as such, we're regulated by the Charity Commission for England and Wales. Our Foundation Director Allison Robertshaw and Board of Trustees set our strategic direction and decide what we should fund.
Bulb Foundation is a charity registered in England & Wales (registration number 1183235). Its registered office is 155 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3TQ.
We support projects fighting the climate crisis
We don't accept unsolicited applications for funding. Instead, we develop projects with partners that fit our strategic approach. Here's some of the ones we're currently supporting:
An independent climate change think tank working to speed up the world's transition to a low-carbon economy. As experts on climate diplomacy and energy policy, they build the broad-based coalitions necessary to deliver a safe climate, bring impartiality to an extremely polarised discussion, and hold policymakers to account on their promises.
An independent financial think tank carrying out in-depth analysis on the impact of transitioning away from fossil fuels on capital markets and potential investment.
An annual event for London's cultural institutions, policymakers, community experts, academics and researchers to explore new ways of moving to a net zero carbon world.
An initiative to phase out fossil-fuel production, and fast-track progress towards safer and more cost-effective solutions. It seeks to deal with carbon emissions at source, recognising the need for international agreements and law to effectively and fairly leave large swathes of remaining fossil fuels in the ground.
An international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of fossil fuels and build a world of community-led renewable energy for all.