Quietrevolution has brought in Grayling to raise the profile of the business and its turbine, which is designed to be safely situated close to where people live and work.
The qr5 wind turbine is marketed as being low noise, low vibration, safe and able to merge into its surroundings. Current customers include local authorities, train companies and schools.
Grayling CSR & sustainability MD James Wright will lead the account.
Wright said: ‘We will be particularly focused on stakeholder engagement and media relations during the initial phase of activity as we look to secure more interest in the business and its pioneering design.’
Quietrevolution CEO Maeve Hurley added: ‘We have some significant deals to announce in the coming months and we feel Grayling is ideally positioned to maximise these for us.’