E&E’s newest publication, EnergyWire, brings readers the latest information on the transformation of the energy sector.
EnergyWire, launched in 2012, initially delivered deep, broad and insightful coverage of the business and political issues surrounding the rapidly expanding unconventional energy industry in the United States and around the world.
In January 2014, E&E expanded EnergyWire to also cover the various developments that are transforming the electric utility industry, including the switch to natural gas, the growth of distributed energy, the need for significant infrastructure expansion and the flattening of demand. These factors and others confront the traditional utility business with significant uncertainty.
Key issues covered by EnergyWire include:
Led by veteran editor Amy Carlile, EnergyWire’s staff includes more than 20 reporters and award-winning journalists who collectively have more than 250 years of experience covering energy issues. The team includes Peter Behr, Joel Kirkland (deputy editor), Mike Soraghan, Margaret Kriz Hobson (Alaska), Nathanial Gronewold (Houston), Edward Klump (Houston), Jeffrey Tomich (St. Louis), Kristi Swartz (Atlanta), Mike Lee (Dallas), Rod Kuckro, David Ferris (Seattle), Gayathri Vaidyanathan, Pamela King, Jenny Mandel, Saqib Rahim (New York City), Blake Sobczak and others.
With EnergyWire, E&E brings its time-tested journalistic approach and resources to cover the critical energy issues of our time and deliver the unmatched, well-sourced, thought-leading, news-breaking coverage that readers expect from E&E’s entire suite of services.