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Letter to Subscribers - POLITICO buys E&E News

Dear Valued Clients,

I am excited to announce E&E News has entered into an agreement to join forces with POLITICO to bring you even better and expanded coverage of energy and environmental issues.

Rest assured, the well-established E&E News brand and its esteemed journalism and reporters you trust and rely on are not going anywhere. We will continue delivering our daily publications with in-depth coverage of energy, climate and natural resources on our website and sending previews to your inbox. There are no changes to your current subscription, which remains in full force.

POLITICO is acquiring E&E News to build on our more than two decades of hard work that have established us as the go-to news source — your news source — for energy and environmental issues. The agreement and investment will open up new opportunities to expand coverage and product offerings at the intersection of policy, business and politics, enhancing E&E News' and POLITICO's reach and impact.

I believe the combination of E&E News' trusted, independent and comprehensive journalism along with POLITICO's ambitious reporting, influential audience and innovation will provide unparalleled and unique coverage of energy and environmental issues that you, and the world, need to meet this historic time.

Your ongoing support has positioned us to enter into this momentous agreement at a time when our journalism and business have never been stronger. In joining POLITICO, I believe E&E News can maximize its potential and reach even greater heights. I could not have parted with it for any less.

Thank you all for your continued readership and faith in our news organization. Cheers to the new year and the next chapter.

-Michael Witt, Co-Founder and Publisher E&E News

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