Bristol PR firm welcomes National Energy Efficiency Strategy


The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has just released the UK’s first National Energy Efficiency Strategy, which is designed to cut the UK’s energy use by 11% by the end of the decade.

The strategy outlines the barriers to energy efficiency in the UK and confirms that DECC will be funding several schemes to help organisations reduce energy use and provide a boost to the UK’s economy and living standards.

Content Communications, an energy marketing specialist, is pleased to see that DECC specifically highlights the importance of enabling energy efficiency improvements in the commercial, industrial and public sectors as it considers these key areas to tackle.

Joanna Watchman, Managing Director of the technology marketing firm, Content Coms, comments: “We agree with DECC’s conclusion that energy efficiency improvements can offer a boost to green jobs and enterprise, as well as playing a vital role in cutting CO2 emissions.”

She adds: “We expect to see a growing interest in energy efficiency as a vital part of sustainability and these funding schemes will provide exciting opportunities for those that get involved.”