Energy: Public Affairs & Public Relations Support

Brevia Energy is the leading UK public affairs and PR agency supporting the UK energy sector.  Our expertise and experience in the sector is demonstrated by our long track record in supporting energy businesses of all sizes, from innovative start-ups to FTSE 100 companies. 

Our team reflects the breadth and complexity of the energy sector with extensive experience in exploration and refining, generation, transmission, distribution, supply and decommissioning. Our global network of partners allows us to have a truly international perspective on energy policy developments.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has changed the world, not least the world of energy. Increasingly the UK government, and other governments, talk of energy independence.  This has placed new emphasis on finding sources of power and heat that do not rely on Russia for input fuels.  It has put new momentum behind low carbon technologies and opened the door to a fresh look at the UK’s hydrocarbon resources.

As the British economy attempts to shield itself from inflationary pressures, arising from the cost of international fossil fuels and the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK energy sector has a key role to play.  As the UK looks to address the challenges caused by the fraying of the post-Cold War international order, energy sector participants must translate the language of net zero and building back greener into the benefits of energy independence and future security for the British people.  Our consultants understand this.  Not only do we have established networks across the policy landscape, we also know how to shape your messages to make them effective.  




Who are the potential Labour Party tech policy champions?

As the UK gears up for the upcoming general election, the Labour Party has a number of prospective parliamentary candidates with backgrounds in technology. If elected, these individuals could provide unique perspectives and expertise in a policy field that is rapidly evolving. Below Brevia has highlighted potential Labour Party tech stakeholders after the next election.

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How is accessible transport policy changing in the UK?

24 per cent of the UK population are disabled yet public transport is frequently described as ‘difficult’ and ‘inaccessible’ by disabled passengers. The Government has set out how it aims to improve this, most notably through the Inclusive Transport Strategy (2018) and the National Disability strategy (2021). Below, Brevia analyses the most frequent issues surrounding access in public transportation and the associated political debates and policies.

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Brevia delivers tailored support to organisations operating in the energy sector. Our three-step process offers a straightforward approach to delivering crucial intelligence, strategic advice and stakeholder engagement.

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