Fishburn Hedges retained for joint Energy UK brief

Fishburn Hedges has been reappointed by a consortium of energy companies to deliver two winter consumer campaigns.

Safety campaign: carbon monoxide alarms
Safety campaign: carbon monoxide alarms

Energy UK has retained the agency for its campaign encouraging the take-up of carbon monoxide alarms, called ‘Carbon Monoxide – Be Alarmed!’, which was first won by the agency in 2008.

Carbon monoxide is estimated to kill 50 people per year and is commonly emitted by faulty boilers.

The second brief is to promote the Home Heat helpline, which provides advice for people on low incomes about how to reduce their energy bills.

Fishburn Hedges director Martin Brown will lead both campaigns.

Karen Roe, campaigns manager at Energy UK, said: ‘Helping customers stay warm and save money and protecting people from the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning are vital issues for energy suppliers.

'Fishburn Hedges have delivered excellent results in previous years and we are looking forward to working with them again.’

Before commenting please read our rules for commenting on articles.

If you see a comment you find offensive, you can flag it as inappropriate. In the top right-hand corner of an individual comment, you will see 'flag as inappropriate'. Clicking this prompts us to review the comment. For further information see our rules for commenting on articles.

comments powered by Disqus

Latest Articles

Max Clifford trial jury to reconvene tomorrow after majority verdicts direction

Max Clifford trial jury to reconvene tomorrow after majority verdicts direction

The jury in the trial of celebrity publicist Max Clifford on 11 charges of indecent assault has been sent home for the day after being told by the judge earlier this afternoon that he will now accept majority verdicts.

Labour "fooling themselves" over plans to combat attacks on Miliband

Labour "fooling themselves" over plans to combat attacks on Miliband

Conservative-leaning public affairs experts have questioned the value of Labour's adoption of US-style campaigning tactics in the wake of the opposition hiring election strategist David Axelrod.

PLMR appoints Professor Tim Morris as non-executive director

The vet who helped establish the British Horseracing Authority's anti-doping and animal welfare programme has joined PLMR as a non-executive director.