Proteus MD to lead Chinese International Congress Session

The managing director of Banbury-based, specialist environmental communications agency, Proteus PR, has been invited to chair a session at the 3rd annual International Congress of Environment (ICE) taking place between 27th and 29th September 2013 in Xi’an, China.

Drawing on over 20 years’ experience, Paul Davison will be leading other industry experts in a session on energy from waste (EfW), examining barriers faced within the sector and how to overcome them, as well as sharing best practice implantation and recent technical innovations.

Paul makes regular presentations at UK and international conferences including POWER-GEN, Ecogen and Recuwatt, sharing strategic thinking and best practice communications. Most recently he was the only UK communications representative invited to participate in a European Union renewable energy technology implementation delegation to Bangkok, Thailand, providing strategic advice to the Thai central and regional Government.

Commenting on his involvement in ICE 2013, Paul Davison said: “With the largest population on earth and a rapidly growing economy, China offers considerable opportunities for external EfW experts and I am very pleased to have been invited to lead the session at ICE 2013 this September.”

As well as chairing the session, Paul will be sharing with delegates new communications approaches that Proteus has used to help deliver EfW and other renewables technologies, including the most effective methods of engagement, how to deliver community benefit and, ultimately, how to gain positive acceptance of development.

Proteus PR was established in 1996. The company specialises in contentious development communications and has substantial experience in sectors including wind and solar farms, biomass energy plants, conventional power stations, landfill sites, transfer stations, and retail and housing developments.

For further information about ICE 2013 and Proteus PR please contact Joanna Lowe on 01295 279626.


Date posted: May 20, 2013