4th May 2017
Grayling Brussels is delighted to announce that it will be working on the PACE project, funded by the European Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, to boost the profile of Fuel Cell micro-Combined Heat and Power products.
Grayling will be working with COGEN Europe, the European association for the promotion of cogeneration, to develop communications strategies for the large-scale uptake of this breakthrough technology, which produces space and water heating as well as power, and will speed up the transition to a low carbon economy.
Vanessa Chesnot, Head of the Grayling Brussels Energy & Environment practice, said “We are obviously delighted to be working on such a prestigious and important project which really showcases Grayling’s knowledge of energy policy both at EU and national level – we can’t wait to get started!”
17th June 2019
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), one of the world’s largest environmental organizations, with more than two million members and a staff over 700 scientists, economist, policy experts and other...Read More
11th June 2019
To celebrate its 20th anniversary in Slovakia, Grayling has decided to share its experience contributing to the visibility of projects that are changing Slovakia for the better. In collaboration with...Read More
10th June 2019
Grayling is taking part in a new initiative to raise the standard of measurement and evaluation throughout the PR world. The Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC)...Read More