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Video Applications in the Evolving Energy Landscape

Video content can serve multiple purposes, from educating the public about various energy sources and technologies to promoting sustainable practices and showcasing your company’s operations.

Explain A Process

96% of people have watched an explainer video to learn more about a product or service. (Wyzowl Video Marketing Statistics)

Engage Your Community

96% of video marketers say video marketing has increased user understanding of their product or service. (Wyzowl).

Prioritize Safety

46% of respondents say they are more likely to stay with an employer who genuinely cares about their safety. (Alert Media Workplace Safety Insights)

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Popular Types of Videos for Energy

Educational Videos

Raise awareness about your energy solutions and how your technologies work. Communicate your efforts towards environmental sustainability, community engagement, and social impact initiatives.

Training and Safety Videos

Save resources and ensure consistency in training delivery. You can cover topics such as workplace policies, safety protocols, and more.

Testimonial Videos

Feature satisfied customers who have benefited from your energy solutions to help build your credibility in the industry and attract new clients.

Examples of Energy Videos

Our Videos Get Results

Delve into a real-life case study to witness the passion, creativity, and meticulous attention to detail that define our approach. For this project, we worked with Apex Clean Energy to create educational content for their community and new employees.

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Join our Community of Happy Clients

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“We’ve been able to use these videos for the long haul, not just for one specific event, but also on social media, for training purposes with new members of our team. It was a great experience working on this project with the team. They really took the time to figure out what we wanted to say how we wanted to say it.”

Brian O’Shea

Apex Clean Energy

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“I’d like to say their creativity stands out the most, but for me, it’s the relationship and trust I have built with the company. They are incredibly creative too. I find it extremely important to know if I bring a rough, unpolished idea to them, it will shine when people are watching or listening to it.”

Bill DesRosiers