Low carbon communities 

low carbon communities contain complex inter relationships and rely on the interaction of many different policy measures.

Public private partnerships and relationships with NGO's are often key to success and carefully designed processes are required to bring projects to a successful conclusion . 

For social enterprises the inter relationship between corporate governance and business models often requires careful consideration.

These projects often involve public sector Bank from  clearing banks and the EIB each of which brings its own challenges.


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Jonathan Johns 07831 486987 mailto:info@climatechangematters.biz

Relevant experience
Jonathan Johns, FCA CTA has been involved in the design of procurement and financing initiatives  designed to capitalise on these interactions both  in leading waste pfi's and public private partnerships, district heating schemes and standalone energy from waste projects for over 20 years.

He has served on a number of project boards and steering committees in both the public and private sector 

Previously with Ernst and Young he was lead author of the influential report for the GLA "investing in London's low carbon future" published in November 2006.


He has wide experience of not for profit and social enterprise structures and was lead advisor to the Eden project and the externalisation of Plymouth marine laboratories both of which used innovative structures since replicated. He has also been involved in the externalisation of local authority companies involved in care in the community, social housing and waste disposal and has advised a number of health trusts in relation to pfi's and ppp's

.He is currently non executive director of Regensw .www.regensw.co.uk

He is also  chairman of the communities for renewables cic which recently acquired the uks largest community solar farm.