Call For Thought Leadership Articles: Power Generation - Realities & Trends from Renewables to Hydropower to Nuclear to Hydrogen and Beyond [Energy Central Special Issue Series]
- Feb 8, 2021 6:56 pm GMT
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Calling all leaders in the Power Generation sector-- we want to hear from you!
Energy Central's much-anticipated Special Issue Series continues with our focus now turning to what is really at the center of the electric power industry: Generation.
Today and tomorrow's generation world is rapidly looking different from the years past, with new types of generation being constantly added to the grid, the continued growth of distributed generation, and digital tools creating new and interesting opportunities all the time.
We are seeking contributions to our next Energy Central Hot Topic Special Issue Series: Power Generation - Realities & Trends from Renewables to Hydropower to Nuclear to Hydrogen and Beyond.
It can be hard for industry observers and stakeholders who aren't knee-deep in the generation side of things to understand what's going on, trying to separate reality from mirage, trends from noise. How much of the generation developments are hype, and which ones are the real deal? We invite you to share your in-depth insights for this special issue:
- What developments do you see taking hold of the power generation sector in utilities?
- What are the primary market and policy drivers influencing the current wave of changes?
- What technologies are going to take over for declining sources of generation in the coming years?
- Are the innovations like small modular nuclear reactors and hydrogen power really going to shift the dynamic, or are they not all they're cracked up to be?
- How will increasingly available digital tools continue to change the generation world?
We want to hear from you!
Participating for Professionals who work for a Utility, IPP, RTO, or Government Agency
We're inviting submissions from experts and leaders who are working every day in the world of power generation. Share with your fellow community members your hands-on experiences and lessons learned, as well as predictions for the coming years.
*For professionals who work for utilities, IPPs, RTOs, or government agencies, submission is free. See below for details on how to submit an article and for deadlines.
Invitation for Solution Providers and Industry Vendors to Get Involved:
The "Power Generation Realities & Trends" special issue is a great way to share your insights and message with the most valued generation-focused professionals in the industry. To learn how you can contribute an article or become an official content sponsor of this special issue, please get in touch with a client representative at firstname.lastname@example.org or Download our Product Guide now for more information.
Instructions for Participation:
Send your submissions to email@example.com with the subject ‘2021 Power Generation' If you need feedback on your submission idea, feel free to send questions or even an abstract to the same email address. We are looking for more in-depth articles on this subject- a little more than what you would typically share as part of a community blog post.
- Abstract due date (optional): Monday - March 1st, 2021
- Final submissions due date: Monday - March 15th, 2021
- Issue deployment date: Thursday - March 25th
To learn more about our Special Issue Article Guidelines and Review Process, follow this link.
We're excited to see what you're doing in this area and how the community can come together to drive further progress moving forward!
Audra C Drazga
VP of the Power Industry Network
PS: Got a Big Idea, But the Words are Elusive? An Energy Central Expert, John Egan, can help! As president of Egan Energy Communications, John has decades of experience writing content for utilities and solutions providers. If you read trade publications, you probably have read something he wrote for a client. Contact him at John@EganEnergy.com or 720-949-4906.
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