Partnerships for Renewables
PR / Press launches / Brochures / Websites
In January 2013, Partnerships for Renewables unveiled their first wind turbine installation at HMP Standford Hill on the Isle of Sheppey. In preparation for the launch, Life Size Media worked to create a standalone website that provided a live stream of weather conditions at the site. When commissioning was complete, we handled the media for the launch event where the turbines were formally switched on by the local MP.
Ahead of the launch, Life Size Media developed a new company brochure outlining the importance of onshore wind in forging a more sustainable future for the UK’s energy and economy, and PFR’s unique offering in delivering that potential. The brochure uses strong project imagery and infographics to illustrate the complete process from initial site appraisal through to stakeholder consultation.
As part of the planning process, Partnerships for Renewables wanted to provide a website to display real time wind data to a local airfield. We combined the company’s fresh new branding with some nifty coding to create an accessible site that works across all devices.
- “Life Size Media have been great to work with – they’re responsive and I’ve really appreciated their advice, which has always been of the highest quality.”John Mills, Head of Communications, Partnerships for Renewables
Our powers of persuasion ensured that a few intrepid journalists and even a film crew made the trek all the way to the coast. They were rewarded with the opportunity to interview speakers over the howling winds and take a tour inside the control room of the turbine itself. Back at Life Size Media headquarters, the story of a wind turbine on a prison turned out to be serious and quirky enough to interest everyone from Bloomberg to Business Green.
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