|Title||Let's Clear the Air|
|Campaign||Let's Clear the Air|
|Date of First Broadcast/Publication|
|Business Sector||Energy & Water Authorities, Utilities|
|Philosophy||ENGINE uses animated scaled-up particles to make the invisible visible and reveal the levels of pollutants that people are exposed to from sources such as diesel emissions. It graphically shows how the air children breathe can be loaded with damaging substances, but also how innovative E.ON solutions – such as solar energy storage or ultrafast electric vehicle charge points – can, literally, clear the air and help reduce the damaging substances children are exposed to.|
|Post Production||Coffee & TV|
|Executive Creative Director||Aaron Goldring|
|Creative Team||Paul Hancock|
|Creative Team||Dave Newbold|
|Creative Team||Brendan Wilkins|
|Agency Producer||Mathilde Stone|
|Agency Producer||Leila Bartlam|
|Account Manager||Rob Carter|
|Account Manager||Sam Paiolo|
|Account Manager||Richard Williams|
|Account Manager||Samar Rezvan|
|Communications Planner||John Crowther|
|Production Company Producer||Joseph Taussig|
|Sound Designer||Munzie Thind|
|Sound Design Company||Grand Central Sound Studios|
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