Changing energy and industry for good

Pale Blue Dot Energy was established to take action on climate change. We believe in the importance of building a resilient economy and see the opportunities created by the transition to Net Zero. 

What We Do

At Pale Blue Dot Energy, we develop projects that encourage clean growth and make a significant contribution to a future Net Zero economy. Our CLIMATE driven values make Pale Blue Dot a really exciting place to work. We have a great track record working with carbon capture and storage (CCS), hydrogen and other emergent energy systems. 

The Acorn Project

Acorn is our flagship project, delivering a low carbon economy. Acorn is an ambitious programme designed to tackle climate change by dealing with industrial CO2 emissions and other ‘hard to decarbonise’ sectors. This project is a really important catalyst for the next phase of the UK’s journey to Net Zero.

Track Record

Pale Blue Dot Energy was established in 2013 to take action on climate change, believing there were opportunities created by the low carbon energy transition, for those who can bring together an understanding of emerging technologies, future markets and are willing to innovate.

About Pale Blue Dot Energy

WHAT'S IN THE NAME?

‘Pale Blue Dot’ is a photograph of Earth taken in 1990 by the Voyager 1 spacecraft from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometres. Even though Earth would appear too small to give any detail, Carl Sagan felt the photograph would give us perspective on our place in the universe, and this perspective – “the Earth is where we make our stand… preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we’ve ever known” – is what led the Pale Blue Dot Energy founders to the name!

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"...preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known." - Carl Sagan