JLL boosts Government and Education practice with clean energy leader
Andrew Linowes joins JLL to help public sector clients achieve sustainability
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 13, 2022 – JLL today announced the appointment of Andrew Linowes, CEM, as its Clean Energy Public Sector Lead for its Clean Energy and Infrastructure Advisory team. In this role, he will be responsible for growing and managing JLL’s clean energy and EV-related business to help government and education clients achieve their sustainability goals.
An Association of Energy Engineers-Certified Energy Manager, Linowes, who is based in Washington, D.C., and is a vice president, has more than 12 years of experience in supply and demand-side energy management and financing. Prior to joining JLL, he led a team of 50 financial, project development and engineering consultants at Deloitte.
“We are thrilled to welcome Andrew to JLL to lead and execute a national growth strategy for our clean energy and EV clients,” said Managing Director Josephine Tucker, who leads JLL’s Clean Energy and Infrastructure Advisory services. “His wealth of experience in sustainability and government advisory makes him a recognized leader in our field, and we are excited to have Andrew on board to help us serve the growing needs of our clients.”
JLL’s Clean Energy and Infrastructure Advisory services help clients address aging infrastructure at a pivotal time when improving infrastructure resiliency is a priority for both private and public sectors. According to JLL’s global Decarbonizing Cities and Real Estate report, buildings account for around 60% of carbon emissions in cities. Governments across the globe are setting bold commitments to move to a net zero economy, putting pressure on real estate occupiers, owners and developers to implement sustainability practices.
“Now more than ever, economic growth relies on dependable infrastructure components,” said Kevin Wayer, president, JLL Government and Education. “Andrew understands how critical the next decade is when it comes to clean energy adoption, and his background in developing, evaluating and financing a variety of renewable and conventional energy projects and programs is essential to advising clients.”
JLL is the premier provider of strategic real estate advisory for local, state, national and federal governments as well as public and education institutions. Its national team covers the entire real estate lifecycle from strategy, public-private partnerships, facilities management and sustainability services to transaction and project management. JLL brings both the experience and expertise to convert real estate portfolios into working assets that meet operational and occupancy requirements while generating revenues and reducing costs. Visit us.jll.com/government.
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