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New website for utility giant

PUBLISHED: 05:00 30 October 2001 | UPDATED: 10:46 03 March 2010

UTILITY network management company, 24seven, has launched its new website aimed at attracting a wider and more broad-based audience.

Its re-styled web pages give comprehensive information to a range of clients and customers; from network owners, shareholders and large-scale developers to domestic customers, community groups and prospective employees.

UTILITY network management company, 24seven, has launched its new website aimed at attracting a wider and more broad-based audience.

Its re-styled web pages give comprehensive information to a range of clients and customers; from network owners, shareholders and large-scale developers to domestic customers, community groups and prospective employees.

The website –www.24sevenNet.com – reflects the service sector nature of the company. For many customers it's an emergency service, reacting to crises, day or night.

"Dependable, reliable, determined to get people back on supply after a power cut as rapidly as humanly possible – the gritty new imagery mirrors the distinctive new brand we've created," says 24seven's communications general manager Nick Akers.

More people in continental Europe are expected to access 24seven's site following the company's expansion into Germany. It recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Stadtwerke Kiel to form a joint venture company intended to run the city's multi-utility networks.

"Our new website provides information in a clear, concise and readable form, presented in an attractive and easily-accessible format," added Mr Akers.

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