About E&E Publishing

Business in brief

Environment & Energy Publishing (E&E) is the leading source for comprehensive, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy and markets.

E&E's five daily online publications are considered "must-reads" by people who track and influence energy, environmental and climate policy. (Click here for a description of each of our news services.)

We are a high-tech business with an old-school approach to journalism. E&E's 65-person award-winning editorial team is among the best in the business and enjoys unrivaled access to key players in energy and environmental policy. So every day we develop insightful, balanced, timely stories readers won't find anywhere else.

Our coverage of major, breaking news goes deeper than the mass-market news services and brings readers informed, balanced, spin-free reporting that keeps them atop critical issues and developments.

And while we cover the Washington policy and political scene like nobody else, our coverage is also national and global. E&E reporters travel around the world to do boots-on-the-ground coverage of the issues shaping energy markets and environmental policy. And we operate numerous regional bureaus, including: New York City, Houston, Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Atlanta, Minneapolis and San Francisco, to keep readers up to speed on key developments in finance, technology, oil, gas and other sectors. Our international reporters are based in London, Beijing, Shanghai and Denmark.

Key areas covered by E&E's reporters and editors:

  • U.S. federal legislation
  • U.S. environmental regulation and federal agencies
  • International and U.S. climate policy issues
  • Global energy resources and markets
  • Unconventional energy (fracking, deep water, etc.)
  • Electric utilities
  • Alternative energy
  • Air and water issues
  • Hazardous and toxic substances
  • Public lands
  • Endangered species
  • Mining and agriculture
  • Technology

Markets served

Major U.S. federal institutions including Congress and agencies; major law firms; multinational corporations; energy companies/utilities; lobbyists; financial institutions; environmental organizations; foreign governments; universities; U.S. states.

History

1998:

  • E&E formed as independent company. Publishes Environment & Energy Weekly, a printed weekly for people who make and influence energy and environmental legislation in the U.S. Congress. Also publishes the weekly natural resources report, Land Letter.

2000:

  • Environment & Energy Weekly becomes Environment & Energy Daily, moves to primarily an online format. Continues to focus on the U.S. Congress.
  • E&E acquires Greenwire from National Journal. Greenwire, established in 1991, was one of the first online subscription-based publications. Greenwire had covered environmental issues by synthesizing and abstracting news reports from hundreds of services across the United States and around the world. E&E expanded coverage substantially to include energy issues and shifted the emphasis to original reporting.

2005:

  • E&E launches afternoon daily, E&ENews PM, to keep readers apprised of late-breaking action in the U.S. Congress and around the world.
  • Launches E&ETV, a Web-based video production division operated out of broadcast-quality studios built at E&E's Capitol Hill headquarters. E&ETV features the program OnPoint, a daily interview format that focuses on delivering thought-leading discussions with policy makers, authors and other key people involved with energy and environmental policy.

2007:

  • E&E acquires CQ Greensheets from Congressional Quarterly, incorporating that formerly competing service into E&E's existing publications.

2008:

  • E&E launches ClimateWire, a daily publication focusing on global climate policy, science, energy and market issues.

2012:

  • E&E launches EnergyWire, a daily publication covering the politics and business of unconventional energy.

Suite of services

Daily at 7:30 a.m.

Designed for policy players who need to know what’s happening to their issues on Capitol Hill. From federal agency appropriations to comprehensive energy legislation, E&E Daily is the place insiders go to track their environmental and energy issues in Congress. Learn more.

Daily at 8 a.m.

ClimateWire is designed to bring readers unmatched coverage of the debate over climate policy and its effects on business, the environment and society. Climate issues have become so pervasive, and our clients' interest in climate change has become so intense, that developing ClimateWire became an inevitable means to expand and enhance E&E's already top-tier coverage of this critical issue area. Learn more.

Daily at 9 a.m.

EnergyWire is designed to bring readers deep, broad and insightful coverage of the transformation of the energy sector. EnergyWire focuses on the business, environmental and political issues surrounding the rapidly expanding unconventional energy industry and the numerous factors -- from expanding natural gas use to renewables and more -- that are altering the traditional electric utility industry. Learn more.

Daily at 10 a.m.

Cutting-edge webcast program featuring in-depth interviews and analysis with compelling energy and environmental policy leaders. OnPoint is filmed and broadcast daily from E&E’s state-of-the-art studios on Capitol Hill. E&ETV’s broadcast quality sets the standard for Web-based video. Learn more.

Daily at 1 p.m.

The one-stop source for those who need to stay on top of all of today’s major environmental and energy action. With an average of more than 25 stories a day, Greenwire covers the complete spectrum, from electricity industry restructuring to Clean Air Act litigation to public lands management. Learn more.

Daily at 4:30 p.m.

A late afternoon roundup providing coverage of all the breaking and developing policy news from Capitol Hill, around the country and around the world. A must-read for the key players who need to be ahead of the next day’s headlines. Learn more.

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