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Press Releases from Krampitz Communications (4 total)

Citizens push ahead the energy transition

Husum exhibition boss discusses the grass roots energy transition with energy experts Husum, 06.02.2014. Messe Husum & Congress organised a press conference in Kiel today on the subject of “Grass roots energy transition – when citizens take the initiative”. The panel of experts included Schleswig-Holstein’s minister for energy transition, agriculture, the environment and rural areas, Dr Robert Habeck, Niebüll’s mayor Wilfried Bockholt, director of the North Frisia office of the

Krampitz Communications Publishes Study on How Biomass, Solar and Wind-power Com …

Cologne, 27 Jan. 2014. Today, the press agency Krampitz Communications is releasing its study on how biomass, solar and wind-power companies communicate. Over approximately 100 pages and in German only, the evaluation report provides detailed analyses on the communication methods of 32 companies in the renewable energy branch in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In addition to investigating the professionalism and the success of these companies’ PR, the agency has also assessed

Krampitz Communications Publishes Brief Report of the Study “How Biomass, Sola …

Cologne, 28 Oct. 2013. Only every fifth company in the renewable energy sector communicates professionally. Less than one of 100 communication messages is recognised and understood by its target group. Those are two of the most important results of the study “How Biomass, Solar and Wind-power Companies Communicate”, which the Press Agency Krampitz Communications is publishing on 2 December. A brief report is available starting today in German and English

Intersolar Europe: Press Agency Krampitz Communications presents the first resul …

Two thirds of the biomass, solar and wind companies surveyed do not have a communication strategy Cologne, Germany, 12.06.2013. Only one in three enterprises in the renewable energy industry have a dedicated communication strategy. Particularly those responsible for PR in firms without a properly defined communication strategy criticise the lack of an overall plan, and the lack of internal and financial support for communication activities. While 74 per cent of

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