Two Energetics publications won awards of excellence in the 2015–2016 technical communications competition held by the Society for Technical Communication (STC) Washington, DC—Baltimore Chapter. These awards honor printed and electronic communications that demonstrate superior writing, editing, organization, and design.
Energetics’ technical staff, communications specialists, and print and web designers developed the winning publications in collaboration with clients at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). These products help our clients reach key audiences to increase engagement and inform complex decision making.
Mission Innovation website. Energetics was tasked with developing a website for Mission Innovation (MI), a global initiative of 22 countries and the European Union to dramatically accelerate global clean energy innovation. The purpose was to raise awareness and understanding of MI, facilitate opportunities for clean energy collaboration between countries and with the private sector, and increase transparency of MI actions, priorities, and plans. The website launch was coordinated with world leaders’ announcement of the initiative on November 30, 2015. STC judges praised a “visually appealing” website that delivers a “wealth of information.”
C3E Awards “Celebrating Five Years of Progress”. The U.S. Clean Energy Education & Empowerment Program (C3E) seeks to strengthen women’s engagement in clean energy industries. This book celebrates the program’s first five years of progress and shares inspiring stories that show how women have contributed to this critical field and the tangible benefits of gender diversity. Team members at MELE Associates helped in the development of this award-winning publication. STC judges concurred that this “beautiful publication” uses consistent and engaging text and design, making this a “great product.”
Energetics develops outstanding technical communications by combining in-house writing, editing, graphic design, and social media expertise with a deep knowledge of science, technology, and policy. Since 2006, STC has honored our publications with a total of 47 awards, including awards at both the regional and international levels.
STC is an individual membership organization dedicated to advancing the arts and sciences of technical communication. For more information on the Washington, DC, chapter, visit www.stcwdc.org.
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