In an economy transitioning to net zero emissions, all sectors must position themselves for success by communicating how they are addressing sustainability challenges, and harnessing the massive opportunities arising through the societal transformation currently underway.
PLMR is one of the UK’s leading firms working in energy and sustainability. We were the Renewable Energy Association’s Communications Agency of the Year 2019, and shortlisted at the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2020. We help organisations not just to tell their story, but to engender and influence conversations about the issues that matter to them.
We understand how to cut through the noise and achieve outstanding results for clients ranging from FTSE 100 giants to innovative start-ups leading the march towards a greener, cleaner and more efficient economy. We work with energy generators, utilities, research institutes, trade associations and government departments to help communicate the difference they are making to a sector undergoing rapid change.
Outside energy, we work across a wide range of sustainability issues – helping retailers and manufacturers engage with the circular economy, educating policymakers on micromobility, and helping reshape the UK’s food system through our work on the National Food Strategy.
Our team of experts has worked at the highest levels of media and politics. It contains an ex-Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change and a team with wealth of strategic communications and campaigning experience including past heads of NGOs, former national journalists, and PR and public affairs consultants consistently recognised as some of the best in the industry.
Our regional offices in Glasgow, Birmingham and the East of England also give us an edge in producing highly attuned local campaigns, including helping to obtain planning permission for new energy developments. We offer practical guidance and straightforward communications campaigns that developers need to successfully engage with local communities, stakeholders and decision-makers; helping to deliver consent for projects in wind, solar, biomass, energy-from-waste and beyond.
With COP26 on the horizon, and with a raft of investment and regulatory change underway, there has never been a more important time for organisations operating in energy and sustainability to communicate with the audiences that matter to them.