About PRsue Communication

PRsue Communication has been providing a 360 degree approach to clients’ communications needs since 2006. Specialising in services for the energy sector, with a unique expertise in offshore wind.

A small consultancy with established networks, a wealth of experience and innovative ideas – adding value to some of the world’s most exciting companies, projects and developments.





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Offshore wind has proven to be covid-resilient and the teams at RWE Renewables are busier than ever. Adjusting to the online world has been a rapid but effective switch, with working from home not slowing down the progress on either of PRsue Communications’s two key projects. Sofia is full wind ahead towards construction, with preferred suppliers announcements made for both the turbines and the HVDC electrical system. North Falls is now under full development with the new name and logo launched during lockdown. It is extremely fortunate to be in a growth sector, despite the times, but even so, here’s hoping 2021 is a little more kind.

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6 months ago
Wind farms could power every home by 2030 - PM

The UK is the world leader in offshore wind. Aiming to maintain that position with 30GW installed by 2030...or 40GW according to the Tory’s 2019 Manifesto and reiterated this week. It wasn’t ... See more

Boris Johnson is promising to "build back greener in his leader's speech to the Conservative conference.

9 months ago
Sofia chooses Siemens Gamesa 14 MW wind turbines - Sofia Offshore Wind Farm

Today’s job was a fun one ... announcing that “my” project will be the first in Europe to install Siemens Gamesa’s flagship 14MW turbines. 100 of these beauties will be able to power 1.2 ... See more

1400MW wind farm on Dogger Bank, North Sea. Construction due to start 2021. Further from shore, bigger turbines and technically more challenging than ever before.

11 months ago
Coronavirus causing collapse in demand for fossil fuels, as renewables make major gains

Some positive news ... “Renewable electricity is forecast to be the only energy source resilient to the enormous slump caused by the pandemic and the only area expected to see growth in 2020.”

Pandemic on course to cause largest decrease in emissions ever recorded, six times larger than the previous record drop in 2009 following global financial downturn, says International Energy Agency

1 year ago
Scott Morrison can't afford to waste the bushfire crisis when Australia urgently needs its own green new deal | Malcolm Turnbull

If anything good can come out if these horrendous bushfires, it’s that Australia fastforwards it’s transition to renewables. If the UK can do it. why not a country that is far more naturally ... See more

The lies of the climate deniers have to be rejected. This is a time for truth telling, not obfuscation and gaslighting, writes former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull