Amber Green Energy recruits MGMPR
By Eleanor McGillie
AMBER Green Energy, a renewable energy solutions company, with bases in Armagh and Belfast, has recruited the services of McGillie Media & PR to help publicise the company’s successes across Northern Ireland.
Amber Green Energy provides renewable & sustainable green energy advice in Northern Ireland. The Amber Green team help assess and install Wind Turbines, Anaerobic Digestion and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) solutions for landowners, industry, leisure, health and education.
McGillie Media & PR’s Director, Eleanor McGillie, is a former co-editor of a quarterly publication, The Big Green Guide, which promoted the fast growing renewable energy sector in the south west of England. She has worked with companies in all sectors and has worked hard to promote renewable energy projects on farms, such as that at Michael Eavis’ farm at the famous Glastonbury Festival site. She has also worked with championing body Regen South West and has played a key role in promoting green tourism, organising green business awards, and helping renewable energy companies get their message across to the public.
McGillie Media & PR is delighted to be working with Amber Green Energy and looks forward to watching the company grow and grow.
Director Eleanor McGillie said: “Amber Green Energy is an excellent client as they work with precision and clarity and their goal is to become one of Northern Ireland’s leading energy suppliers. They have a vast range of projects across Northern Ireland and have recently been praised by First Minister Peter Robinson at the opening of Solar Hub 1 in East Belfast, a learning hub which Mr Robinson referred to as a ‘First class operation’.
“On behalf of McGillie Media & PR, I would like to thank the press in Northern Ireland for their support. Since taking on Amber Green as a client, the company has got exposure in the Belfast Telegraph, Newsletter, Irish Farmer’s Journal, Farm Week, Farming Life, the Ulster Tatler, Business Eye, Ulster Business, Build.ie and Keystone magazine.”