With more than ten year’s experience delivering some of the UK’s most high profile environmental campaigns and supporting some of the world’s biggest brands, Trimedia’s consultants possess a detailed understanding of the energy, environment and cleantech sectors. Campaigns we have supported range from launching cleantech companies to educating the market about smart metering in homes and businesses. Our comprehensive regional network is supported by 80 consultants in London and a further 100 consultants in 10 regional offices, including Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Dublin, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester and Southampton. Through this network, we have deployed on the ground teams to execute intensive regional campaigns, such as the promotion of Ebbsfleet Valley, which focused on educating local communities, stakeholders and media about Land Securities’ groundbreaking brownfield regeneration project in North Kent. We also regularly deploy local teams to manage regional launches across the UK, as evidenced by our recent launch of the Technology Strategy Board’s Ultra-Low Carbon Demonstrator Vehicle fleet, which showcased and launched trials for zero and low emission cars of the future from London to Glasgow. We additionally we work for Cornwall Light & Power (CLP), engaging local communities and key stakeholders at potential sites of wind farms throughout the UK. This includes community consultation work, media relations and face-to-face briefings at 12 sites, from Cornwall to Cumbria. In addition to our sector knowledge, we relentlessly find new ways to drive value to our clients. In June 2009, we organised a roundtable for our contacts in the cleantech sector on the topic of “Communicating the Cleantech Message”. In line with attendee feedback, Trimedia is now spearheading a new forum that will reach private equity, cleantech, media and environmental sectors. Activities like these are just some of the reasons why we were selected by The Antenna Group, a U.S. consultancy noted for its expertise in emerging technology, as their UK partner of choice.