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Columbia, MD, United States, 2013/08/26 - Energetics Incorporated recently collaborated with the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) to prepare a report summarizing the outcomes of six public-private roundtable discussions held during CEM’s fourth annual meeting of energy ministers - Energetics.com.
The roundtables brought together government and industry representatives for an open dialogue about critical clean energy issues, enhancing the public-private communication and collaboration that is vital for advancing clean energy worldwide.
Released in July, Public-Private Roundtables at the Fourth Clean Energy Ministerial presents participants’ insights about the technologies, investments, and skills needed to overcome key challenges in six clean energy topic areas. The 32-page, full-color report features informative, attractive graphics and charts that complement the text.
To speed report production, Energetics completed as much of the design and editing work in advance as possible. Energetics’ expert graphic designers prepared the overall report design and stock imagery before the roundtable sessions were held. Energetics’ skilled writers and editors also provided quick-turnaround editing throughout the project. Working with content originally provided by six different organizations, the team improved the flow of language and ideas, clarified key concepts, and made the structure and tone more uniform across the document. When final content was ready, Energetics completed the report design in approximately one week, enabling the CEM to quickly release the finished report.
Energetics (energetics.com) also collaborated with the CEM to promote the report on traditional and social media. The team helped to write, edit, and publish announcements via CEM’s Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter accounts; the CEM website; relevant email discussion groups; and the CEM e-mail list. The team also edited and distributed a press release. These efforts helped the report gain visibility among more than 115,000 clean energy stakeholders and journalists around the world, at a very low cost.
The Clean Energy Ministerial is a high-level global forum to promote policies and programs that advance clean energy technology, share lessons learned and best practices, and encourage the transition to a global clean energy economy.
For more information about Clean Energy Ministerial communications, contact Valerie Riedel.
For more information about Energetics’ support for the Clean Energy Ministerial, contact Matt Antes - E:mantes[.]energetics.com.