Electric Light & Power, POWERGRID International, and Renewable Energy World encourage interested parties to submit material for publication in e-newsletters and on the website. The purpose of a contributed article is to showcase your company or utility as a thought leader or a technical expert.
Style: We publish both contributed op-eds and technical articles on our websites. Most importantly, be sure that the article is non-promotional and highlights an important issue or technology that is key to the electricity industry. For op-eds, this might mean a new policy or regulation that is working for or against the industry, a breakthrough in financing, a “game changing” technology that is coming down the pike or other new and exciting developments that our readers need to know about.
The technical article is your opportunity to showcase your company’s or utility’s expertise in its field. Is there a challenge you have overcome, or a solution you want to share (perhaps with a case study to illustrate it)? Is there a pressing technical issue your sector needs to address, and do you have a way to solve it? Rather than write about products, please try to address a topic of relevance to your sector.
· Electric Light and Power* – Utility executives, managers. Please include business and financial details.
· POWERGRID International – Utility engineers and operations managers. Technical detail is encouraged.
· Renewable Energy World – Engineers and consultants in renewable energy. Technical detail is encouraged.
Preference is given to articles bylined by utility employees. If the article is being submitted by a vendor, we recommend that someone with the utility co-author the article if possible.
Pitch first, then write: Please send an abstract of the proposed article to Content Manager, Jennifer Runyon for consideration ([email protected]). If and when the article is accepted and a target deadline is set, the article should be submitted according to the following guidelines:
Length: 750 to 1,200 words.
No Footnotes, Yes Hyperlinks: Our system doesn’t support footnotes, so please do not use them. If you can link to other articles on the Renewable Energy World or Electric Light and Power websites, please do so. Most other outside links will be deleted.
Editing: We reserve the right to edit articles for style, accuracy, length and content.
Author Photograph & Biography & Additional Images or Charts: We require that all author have a complete bio and a photo. Please send a headshot and bio of the author and at least one photo for the lead.
*ELP Executive Digest Submissions should be sent to Jennifer Runyon ([email protected])