Wind Farm Lights Up News Headlines

by Laura Berry

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Coverage success for leading Scottish renewables firm

Scottish PR photography Banks Exhibition 2013

News of a donation from Banks Renewables which has enabled a local football team train after dark, has hit the headlines, thanks to Scottish PR experts.

The Hamilton-based firm made a donation of £900 to Netherthird Amateur Football Club to buy a set of floodlights, which will be used during training sessions every week at Netherthird Playing fields.

Neil Gibson, secretary at the club is delighted with the donation and has praised the efforts of  the renewable firm for investing in the local community and the team.

The full article appeared in the Cumnock Chronicle and was secured as part of a media relations campaign carried out on behalf of Banks Group by Holyrood PR.


Double The Coverage For Banks Renewables

Banks Renewables have scooped two items of coverage in The Galloway News with an article on their scaled down plans at Knockendurrick and a full page advertising feature, exemplifying our advertorial copyrighting service.

The renewable energy firm had originally planned to build 10 wind turbines on the site, but after a series of public meetings, they have cut that number to 7.

The article also highlights their community partnership scheme which would see communities share 3% of the wind farm’s annual gross revenue.

As part of our advertorial service the full page spread highlights Banks Renewables “Meet the Buyer” event, a chance for local businesses to get involved in the development, construction and operation of the proposed Knockendurrick Wind Farm.


Banks Renewables Hit The Headlines

News of positive feedback from local businesses to Banks Renewables’ wind farm proposal in the Dumfries and Galloway area has been featured in the local press and online.

Hamilton-based company, Banks Renewables, have recently submitted plans for a seven turbine wind farm, to Dumfries and Galloway council, pledging to dedicate 15 – 20% of the total construction cost to be exclusively spent on contracts with local firms.

In order to enable businesses in the local area to find out more, Banks Renewables recently held a series of ‘Meet the Buyer’ events, as part of public exhibitions, designed to guide firms through the procurement processes.

The feedback from the events was extremely positive with local companies impressed by Banks Renewables’ engagement with the local community. For more information click here to see the original press release.

The story was picked up by The Galloway News and featured both online and in print.

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