Jo Wall has over 35 years’ experience across the multiple disciplines required to respond to the climate emergency including policy development, leadership, finance and an understanding of technical solutions.
She has led on the development of complex business cases, change management, public consultation, and project and programme management. She has a sound working knowledge of commercial project delivery and project finance.
During Jo’s career as a UK property sector professional, Jo has worked across local government, private practice and the corporate sector. Jo has 12 years’ hands-on experience in the UK renewables sector including project initiation, development, financing, Power Purchase Agreements, project sales and construction. Jo has supported the development of public sector solar schemes including the award winning Lamby Way scheme in Cardiff and the 4MW private wire scheme to Morriston Hospital. She has won national awards for three of her energy projects.
Jo was a member of the OZEV technical board for the development of guidance to local authorities looking to deploy Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure and is a regular contributor to seminar and webinars. Jo has authored guidance for the LGA on renewable energy and green finance.
Jo was previously Strategic Property Director at Nottingham City Council and Corporate Director for Place at Rutland County Council. Prior to that she worked in corporate property at Abbey National. Jo has a history of producing robust asset management plans and property strategies and was involved in one of the UK’s largest sale and leaseback deals. She is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.