Vincent Moreau directeur général

With over 18 years of experience in climate change, environment and sustainable development, Vincent Moreau is recognised by his peers as a skilled manager, strategic developer and a change catalyzer.


For nearly ten years, Vincent worked within the network of Québec’s Regional Environmental Councils (Conseils régionaux de l’environnement) where he served as Executive Director of the Regional Environmental Councils of Quebec (RNCREQ, Réseau national des Conseils régionaux de l’environnement), while managing the Conseil régional de l’environnement de la Montérégie. Just before joining FCGM’s team, Vincent served for three years as Executive Vice-President at Ecotech Quebec, the province’s cleantech industrial cluster.


In these functions, Vincent Moreau called upon as a strategic advisor to governments, municipalities and institutions for policy development, for action plans and consultations in the fields of climate change, environment and sustainable development. Of note, he co-hosted the provincial consultation tour by Quebec government ministers to develop Québec’s electrification policy framework vis à vis climate change.


He has also served on several ministerial committees and boards of directors. He is currently Vice Chair for the Quebec Fund for Sustainable Development (Fonds d’action québécois en développement durable), a member of the board of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Operationalization of Sustainable Development (Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en opérationnalisation du développement durable), and a member of the Joint steering committee of the Circular Economy Consultation Center (Centre d’études et de recherches intersectorielles en économie circulaire  CERIEC). In the past Vincent has served on the Quebec’s Environment Minister’s Advisory Committee on Climate Change, the Advisory Committee on the Development of the Sustainable Mobility Policy and the Advisory Committee on the Strategy for the Valorization of Organic Matter. Finally, he has been involved on the boards of directors of SWITCH (the Alliance for a green economy), the Hydro-Québec Institute in environment, development and society (now called the EDS Institute), the Quebec Center for environmental law (Centre québécois du droit de l’environnement or CQDE) and the group Territoires innovants en économie sociale et solidaire (TIESS).

Ted Kantrowitz Fonds Climat Grand Montreal

Ted Kantrowitz, Director, Programs

Ted Kantrowitz has over twenty years of experience in strategy, program design, and industry and government relations in the renewable energy, construction, and sustainability sectors.

Former CEO of the Canada’s heat pump association, Ted has helped or led the design, structuring and execution of projects for the private and para-public sectors, as well as for local and national governments, financial and insurance institutions, in the fields of renewable energy, cleantech, transport, water, and infrastructure.

Ted’s career in sustainability began with projects based on cradle-to-cradle design thinking in 2002.  Prior to his career in sustainability, Ted worked in humanitarian and international development projects in Argentina, Poland, Kosovo, India, and Kyrgyzstan.  He holds an MBA from McGill University and several certifications in areas such as project finance and green construction.

sebastian menthonnex fonds climat montreal

Sebastian Menthonnex, Vice-President Investments

Sebastian has over 20 years of experience in structured finance, project finance, corporate finance and international trade finance, including 12 years in Impact Investing.

He has led the origination, the structuring and the execution of these financings for Sub-Sovereign entities, State-Owned Enterprises, Financial Institutions and International Corporations, via syndications, public-private partnerships (PPP) and blending finance in the sectors of renewable energies and clean technologies, transport, waste management and social infrastructure.

From Paris, Bangkok, Manila and Guadeloupe, he has worked in 40 emerging countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as in Europe.

Concerned about the urgent need to act against climate change, he joined the Greater Montreal Climate Fund to help reduce GHGs.

Sebastian holds a Master’s degree (French DESS) in Banking & Finance from Paris Dauphine.