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For Immediate Release

Skipping Stone Awarded Best International Energy Consultancy 2016

Global Energy News Magazine Announces Clean Tech 2016 Winners

London, United Kingdom – March 16, 2017 – Skipping Stone LLC™, a global energy markets consulting and technology services firm, announced today that Global Energy News Magazine awarded Skipping Stone with a 2016 Clean Energy Award as the Best International Consultancy for 2016.

“As the world gets to grips with the realities of global warming and consumers become more conscious about helping the planet, clean energy has been thrust into the limelight,” said Tom Jones, Global Energy News Awards Executive. “Companies are under increasing pressure to utilize more clean, renewable energy sources and as such are turning to the firms, consultants and experts across the clean energy market who are committed to supporting this energy revolution.”

“We are proud to be winners of the prestigious Best International Energy Consultancy 2016 award by Global Energy News,” said Skipping Stone Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Peter Weigand.  “The award is a recognition of our company commitment and team efforts over the years to work with our global clients to develop and implement economically beneficial strategies that also benefit the environment,” continued Weigand.

Mr. Jones commented on the awards: “It has been a genuine pleasure to showcase the commitment and ingenuity of every one of my deserving winners, and I would like to wish Skipping Stone the best of fortunes going forward.”
 
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Published quarterly, Global Energy News features the latest deals, appointments, research, news and all you need to know about the latest developments in the energy sector. Industry experts in their field, government and think-tanks from around the world shed light on the issues that matter, with special sections on energy efficiency, infrastructure and technology, oil and gas, renewable energy.