At Issues Management Group, we prepare our energy clients for the future, helping them navigate an ever-changing regulatory picture, shape the coming changes to ensure a cleaner tomorrow, and communicate those broader changes to their customers and supporters. Our experienced public affairs team has advocated for off-shore wind development, stronger solar infrastructure, Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) increases, advanced energy storage, and more.

Our messaging work within the environmental and climate industry allows us to leverage a strong network of clean energy proponents and, just as important, to identify and understand opponents. We successfully navigate federal, state, and local regulations with our diligent and experienced team so that our clients can focus on innovating the energy sector and promoting sustainability. We then serve as a bridge between public policy law, our clients’ energy goals, and the communities their services intersect, utilizing our team, network, and contacts to build coalitions and gain public trust.

Northeast Clean Energy Council

The Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC) is the premier voice of businesses building a clean energy hub in the Northeast, helping renewable energy companies start, scale, and succeed through business, innovation, and policy leadership. Our firm worked with NECEC to generate media awareness and educate legislators around the benefits of strengthening a policy known as the renewable portfolio standard (RPS) in Massachusetts.

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Our team leverages industry voices, advocate networks, media relationships, and public policy intelligence to drive results in the energy space, providing:

  • Strategic Planning
  • Messaging
  • State and Local Government Relations
  • Regulatory Consulting
  • Permitting and Approvals
  • Coalition Building
  • Digital Campaigns

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With decades of experience in politics, media, government, and public relations, Issues Management Group leverages our expertise to propel and protect established, transitioning, and emerging organizations.

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