Whitehouse wins REA Communications Agency of the Year

By Chris Rogers June 16, 2017 11:29 am

The Whitehouse Consultancy has been named ‘Communications Agency of the Year’ at the annual Renewable Energy Association Awards.

The team received the award for their work providing communications services to a range of energy and environment clients to positively impact the policy, political and media agenda – ensuring clean energy investment and development are positioned to thrive in the UK with support of governments and influencers.

Helen Munro, Managing Director of The Whitehouse Consultancy, said:

“We are delighted to receive this award and to stand alongside the other great finalists. It shows the contribution our team is making to the progress of renewables, clean energy and sustainability through their expert advice and campaigns that effectively support businesses to influence policy and politics – reflecting the high levels of support for renewables across the public, at a time when the climate agenda must remain a top priority for us all.”

The awards were presented at a gala event in central London.

 

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