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GHG Insight is a solutions set that enables organisations to report on their greenhouse gas emissions. This includes the UK Government’s Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) requirements, for both quoted and unquoted companies, the CDP and is a vital component of Net Zero.
Sustainability Vision Ltd is a software developer and consultancy specialising in products and services that support environmental sustainability. Our lead product, GHGi Analytics, is a system for analysing and reporting energy use and emissions. It can then report the associated greenhouse gas emissions to comply with the UK’s Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) legislation. Our experienced consultants have been providing services in the area of carbon emissions reporting since 2009.
Jean is a qualified management accountant, working in reporting and systems development for various companies over 25 years. Latterly as a financial controller within the Boots Group PLC.
He moved into sustainability and green house gas reporting in 2008 and has developed the sustainability reporting for some well-known national organisations. He also developed and delivered the carbon reporting courses for CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants). Jean brings this expertise and experience to the company’s Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting solutions.
Glen studied electronic engineering at university, starting his career in consumer electronics, before moving in to the film and video industry. Here he was part of a team that built an international distribution network. Its annual turnover reached $500 million by the time he left. Glen received his MBA from Cranfield School of Management, where he first met John Beasley and Jean Lowes. Along with contacts made at Cranfield, Glen has started several companies focused on information systems.
Glen has considerable experience in general management and international marketing. He has developed a considerable understanding of the issues relating to the reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and methods of reducing them. Glen is a member of the Institute of Directors, participates in the East Midlands Chamber of Commerce and lends his time to several local organisations.
John is a qualified business and IT professional, having established several businesses over the years, designing and implementing finance, control, compliance and engineering systems. Experienced at establishing and grounding business fundamentals in start-ups and SMEs including all external statutory relationships. As Technical Director, he has overall responsibility for the development of the greenhouse gas reporting application GHGi Analytics; our solution for automating the UK governments Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) requirements.
Achievements: Architect and principal developer on numerous commercial software products in the following industries: healthcare (NHS), local government, HR, finance, education, standards, compliance, engineering and GHG emissions reporting.
Research & Development Director
Jon has a well-founded academic background. First, a degree in Chemistry with Geochemistry at the University of Leicester, later an MBA from Durham University and finally two years full time research into global warming and climate change. This research examined the impact of global warming on society and the bio-sphere , and from this the issues, implications and opportunities arising.
He has been working in the areas of carbon management, adaptation to climate change and sustainability since 2005. In 2009 in co-founded the consultancy, Xcarbon Limited. This company has given Jon practical experience in the measurement, reporting and management of greenhouse gas emissions, including carbon reduction strategies. He has been instrumental in developing the functional requirements of GHGi Analytics, Sustainability Vision’s Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) application.
Jon has co-developed and co-presented numerous training courses for CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) on topics such as ‘Carbon Accounting’ and ‘Carbon Risks and Strategy’.