Customer Service Recognition for Campbell & Kennedy at the British Renewable Energy Awards 2017

Campbell & Kennedy has been recognised for excellence in customer service at the recent British Renewable Energy Awards in London.

The winners of Britain’s most prestigious renewable energy and clean tech awards were unveiled at a Gala Dinner at the Savoy Hotel in London, which was hosted by John Piennar, Deputy Political Editor for BBC News.

The annual awards ceremony is the industry’s most prestigious and celebrates the most outstanding projects and companies of the past year. Unilever’s CEO Paul Polman and former Energy Secretary, Sir Ed Davey, both achieved judge’s awards at the ceremony, which was attended by almost 350.

The Customer Service Recognition Award was awarded to Campbell & Kennedy for excellence in customer service and innovation while adding value to customers.

Gerry Kennedy, Managing Director at Campbell & Kennedy, commented “We’re delighted to have been recognised at a national level by this award for our efforts in customer service. Every member of staff at Campbell & Kennedy has the customer at front of mind and we’re always pleased when we can add value to our clients.

“We have received positive feedback from our clients about talks and workshops we’ve delivered on renewable energy with schools and colleges following the installation of solar PV. It is always rewarding when we can educate the future generation on living and working more sustainably.”

Campbell & Kennedy is a multi-sector company operating nationwide to provide renewable energy installations and design, electrical contracting, technology solutions and fire safety to public and private sector clients. We have installed over 11 megawatts of solar PV to date and also provide other energy saving installations such as LED lighting, energy storage and solar thermal.

 

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