Zemo Partnership is steered by a Board of Directors which provides overall strategic direction, agrees a rolling work plan and initiates Partnership activities. The Board comprises a minimum of 6 and maximum of 20 directors drawn from across the principal stakeholder groups:
- Consultant or technology provider or after service
- Fuel or energy supplier
- Transport operators and consumer organisation
- Public sector (including trusts, agencies NDPBs and local government)
- Environmental, academic and other organisations
Elected Board positions are for a three-year term and existing board members can stand for re-election at the end of their term. Elected directors require nomination from within their stakeholder group. The Board will also be able to co-opt individuals with specific skills and experience to serve one three-year term. The number of co-opted representatives in each stakeholder group will be decided by the Board. One position is reserved for the Chair of the Members Council.
The Board has selected Philip Sellwood as Chair from within its membership for 2020/21.
The funding Government Department (DfT) attends Board meetings as a contributing observer.