NZC Services was set up in 2020 by John Moore to provide expert advice, based on hard won practical experience, to companies and organisations working towards net zero Carbon. He works with a number of associates when needed to deliver larger projects or to bring in particular specialisms from his extensive network in low Carbon technology.
Kathy Moore has recently joined to provide expert advice and support for heritage organisations in environmental responsibility, learning and engagement in climate, biodiversity and science.
Who we are
John Moore, FIMechE, MIE
John has over 35 years' experience working in high technology engineering, the last 15 years in renewable energy, with a focus on community scale renewables and distributed energy systems.
John's technical expertise in renewable electricity generation includes solar PV, wind and storage and covers both the development of these technologies and their application in the field.
He is an expert in decarbonisation strategies and has developed many heat decarbonisation and retrofit schemes.
John also works as an assessor and monitoring officer for government grant schemes in innovation, decarbonisation and retro-fitting and provides technical due diligence support for financing of low carbon systems and technologies.
He is a Norwich Climate Commissioner and an Associate Lecturer in renewable energy at the University of East Anglia.
Kathy Moore, BA, PGCE
Kathy trained as a science teacher, teaching A level Biology, Environmental Science and Psychology. For the last 17 years she has worked in Museum Learning and in Museum Development.
She created and delivered a wide variety of heritage learning activities supporting Maths, History and Science learning for schools and families, including A level conferences on Biodiversity and Psychology.
With SHARE Museums East, Kathy supported museums with Audience Development, Learning and Culture Recovery Funding. Kathy has always been passionate about the Climate and Nature Crises has recently been able to address these more in directly. Before leaving SHARE Museums East to take up consultancy opportunities, she introduced new training topics to the training programme, devised and wrote SHARE’s successful application to NHLF for the Environmentally Responsible Museums project.
She is a Carbon Literacy trainer and Environmental Responsibility Champion and Deputy Chair of GEM (Group for Education in Museums)