Push Energy appoints our PR team
17 June, 2014
We have been chosen to act as the communication agency for Push Energy, a renewable energy specialist currently focused on developing field scale solar farms.
We are delighted to have been chosen to act as the communication agency for Push Energy, a renewable energy specialist currently focused on developing field scale solar farms.
Push Energy Ltd was incorporated 2 years ago and now employs 20 people from its headquarters in Colchester, Essex. The company aims to become a market leader in the development of utility scale renewable energy plants. It focuses on developing high quality solar parks from concept to completion and thereafter maintaining them – one of the few regional companies in a sector dominated by German and Spanish firms.
We have taken a strategic approach to Push Energy’s PR campaign, which has been developed to maximise the market opportunities. With in-depth experience in the energy and technology sectors, our team kicked off with a brand messaging workshop, a competitor review and we have begun work on a highly targeted media relations campaign aimed at raising the company’s profile and lobbying key influencers. The team will also provide a press office function, responding to all inbound media enquiries.
Stuart Bradshaw, CEO at Push Energy said:
“We appointed KISS PR because its specialist team have a good knowledge of the industry and understand the immediate challenges faced by the solar sector. In a short time, the team have embraced our business and we look forward to working with them as we move forward with our business objectives.”
Justine Smith, MD at KISS PR added: “Solar energy is one of the newer forms of renewable energy in the market place, so there is a huge media appetite for stories, providing Push Energy with an opportune moment to showcase its expertise in this area. After meeting with Stuart and the team, we were captivated by the culture of the business and the team’s passion.”
The KISS PR team includes Justine Smith, Hugh Massam, Rachel Stevenson and Amy Sadler.