Our Partners

The Veterans' Green Energy Forum has been launched by leading communications agency, Artemis Media Profile in conjunction with Complete Training Solutions, LJMU, the Ministry of Defence, Cammell Laird, RenewableUK and the Offshore Energy Alliance.


RenewableUK brings together over 400 energy companies to increase the amount of renewable electricity deployed across the UK, benefiting industry, bill payers and the environment. With over 250,000 employees working for RenewableUK members, the organisation represents a major player in the UK’s effort in striving to power the economy in a sustainable way.

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MOD (Armed Forces Covenant)

Formed in 2011, the Armed Forces Covenant is a pledge to ensure that all service people in the armed forces, both past and present, are treated fairly and supported accordingly. Primarily, the Covenant ensures that veterans and service personnel have the same fair access to services and government as any other citizen. It works accordingly with Armed Forces charities such as the SSAFA.

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Complete Training Solutions

Complete Training Solutions is one of the country’s leading Health and Safety Training providers, focusing on the Energy and Renewables sector. Based in Liverpool, the firm offers a number of training courses, from First Aid to Working at Height, from a range of different professional accreditations.

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Artemis Media Profile

Artemis Media Profile is one of the UK’s leading communications and events consultancy specialising in the offshore wind, maritime, defence and third sector. Artemis is delighted to be launching the Veterans’ Green Energy Forum.

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Offshore Energy Alliance

The Offshore Energy Alliance is a newly established offshore and energy supply chain cluster for the North Wales and North West region of the UK.

The Alliance is a collective of public and private partners who work together under one umbrella, to promote wider involvement in offshore wind and other low carbon energy sectors.

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Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA) is an organisation committed to ensuring that decisions made within the city region positively affect all those who live within the area. A large part of what the authority does is ensure that investment decisions benefit as many in the local community as possible. With this in mind, the LCRCA has committed to achieving a net zero target within the area by 2040.

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Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU)

LJMU is leading the way in the renewables sector by offering several postgraduate courses focusing specifically on energy and offshore engineering. Therefore, it is with pleasure that we announce that the university has kindly agreed to be our venue sponsor, providing us with a space to host our inaugural event in September.

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Güd Design

Güd Design is a leading digital design and branding agency who specialises in building custom made, bespoke websites to help market and promote businesses by solving problems, adding value, delivering results and building brands that stand out in the market place. Güd's other key services include graphic design, print, exhibitions and signage.

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Cammell Laird

Cammell Laird is part of the fabric of Britain’s shipbuilding heritage, providing ship repair services to the international defence and commercial marine sectors for 200 years.

Situated on the River Mersey in the North West of England, Cammell Laird’s operations cover 130 acres including four dry docks, a non tidal wet basin and one of the largest modular construction halls in Europe.

It is this large modular construction hall, combined with Cammell Laird’s innovative build strategies that allow it to achieve exceptional value for money for offshore wind clients.

Cammell Laird’s construction hall has been home to recent construction projects including the block build of the Queen Elizabeth Aircraft Carriers, the RRS Sir David Attenborough and the Red Kestrel.

Cammell Laird recognises that its people are the key to its continued success. The business continues to develop its successful apprenticeship and training programme that has already recruited over 300 apprentices, including 46 in the past year alone.

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