E&E News is pleased to announce new leadership for its award-winning energy reporting.
Christa Marshall has been named editor of Energywire, E&E News' publication covering the transformation of the energy sector. Hannah Northey is the new energy editor, guiding and coordinating coverage of energy issues across E&E News' five publications: Greenwire, Energywire, Climatewire, E&E Daily and E&E News PM.
Together, Marshall and Northey have spent nearly two decades covering energy for E&E News. They have helped lead the reporting as the issues of electric transportation, cybersecurity, LNG exports and pipeline safety have expanded over the past five years, adding to the robust coverage of fossil fuels, nuclear, renewables and the electric grid.
Marshall previously reported on the Department of Energy, energy technologies and science policy for Greenwire, and prior to that was assistant deputy editor at Climatewire. Since joining E&E News in 2008, she has interviewed leaders like Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates and former Vice President Al Gore and has broken news on issues ranging from the Keystone XL pipeline fight to DOE funding. She formerly worked for The Denver Post and NPR.
Northey was previously Greenwire's enterprise reporter and covered Congress and leadership changes at key federal energy agencies, including DOE and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Since joining E&E News in 2011, she's covered the nation's biggest energy developments — from pipelines to exports and colorful Q&A’s — and completed fellowships in Japan and Detroit. She formerly worked for Argus Media, The Ann Arbor News, Lansing State Journal and Michigan Public Radio.
Their contact information can be found here.