communication works

Let's meet!

Communication Works is looking forward to meeting you – at our own events or at other interesting occasions. See you!

Communication Works is looking forward to meeting you – at our own events or at other interesting occasions. See you!

Mind the gap! Local partnerships and participation are crucial for the success of wind energy projects everywhere. But sometimes it’s the not so small differences that make the difference… A comparison between Swedish and German cultures and approaches.

Algorithms imitate human behavior. They isolate us in our filter bubbles, reinforce our inside-out perspectives and polarise. There are ways to stick holes in the bubbles, but we have to go the extra mile and integrate that extra mile into our routines.

Looking forward to this discussion in the run-up of this year’s REN21 academy with participants from the worldwide renewables community.

– Developing a “magazine mentality”
– Values and viewpoints: the story before the story
– How to create engaging sustainability conversations

Sustainability has become a buzzword. The more everyone is talking about it, the more it is a challenge to be heard for those to whom sustainability really matters.

Sustainability is no longer only of interest to niche stakeholders, but has become a must for any organization. Consumers have high demands on businesses to adhere to strict standards of sustainability. For those who work for the common good this poses an intriguing opportunity of communicating values and viewpoints to a large audience, and a thorny problem of how to do exactly that in an engaging, compelling manner.

In our three hours workshop, you will learn how to develop authentic and sharable stories on the topics that matter to you and how to choose effective channels to communicate them.

„The one that tells the story rules the World.” Proverb of the Hopi-Indians

The workshop addresses social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations and interested individuals.

We will present Community Scouting: “What customers want. And why you would want to know.”

Communication Works presents:
Fixing the social contract – What the Paradise Papers have to do with the way you do and communicate your energy business

We look forward to our workshop “Journalistic Writing for Websites” with the Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants. On the menu: a practical course how to write headlines, teasers and texts to ensure your website is a source for effective, trustworthy and integrated communication. We will:

  • look into similarities and differences between news/press release, factual documentation and opinion writing
  • examine the core principles of digital publishing and journalistic writing and their relevance for CEWEP’s channels;
  • apply the basics of journalistic writing and publishing to produce content for CEWEP’s website and twitter account

For information about in-house workshops, contact us at

Winning the hearts and minds of future customers. We will present the results of Community Scouting for District Heating in the UK at the ADE Annual Conference. Meet us there!