Could You Be the Next Guest on the Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast?

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Vice President of The Power Industry Network, Energy Central

I am the VP of the Energy Central Power Industry Network.  In this role, I help to connect professionals in the power industry through the development and management of topic-specific community...

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Late last year, Energy Central launched our first official podcast series, The Energy Central Power PerspectivesTM Podcast hosted by Jason Price. We’ve built a passionate and devoted following of listeners, largely thanks to our esteemed guests like utility CEOs, well-established industry thought leaders, clean-tech executives, energy entrepreneurs, and more.

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And our next guest could be YOU!

As we look forward to the hot topics that are dominating Energy Central’s online platform, we want to take those conversations to our podcast airwaves, too. Looking ahead to align our podcast episodes with anticipated industry events, Special Issue Newsletters from Energy Central, and expected hot topics that are coming into focus across the industry.

We are currently looking for interviewees for the following upcoming topics that also align with our Energy Central Insights Special Issue series:  

  • November – Data Analytics & Intelligence – Creating real value

For 2021:

  • January/February - The State of the Industry and 2021 Predictions
  • March – Power Generation Realities & Trends – From Renewables to Hydro, to Nudlear, to Hydrogen
  • March - Hiring challenges in the utility industry, both generally and specific to the upside-down year of 2020
  • April – Innovation in the Power Industry
  • May – The State of the Grid, T&D and What’s next.

In addition to the above topics, we want to hear what pressing issues in the utility industry you’d like to share as a guest on our podcast (as well as topics you hope we cover so you can learn from them as a listener)! The Energy Central Power PerspectivesTM Podcast publishes multiple times a month, and we have openings available to you. We want to feature the stories that are pertinent to you!

Getting Involved as a Utility Professional of a Utility, IPP, RTO, or Government Agency

If any of the above topics are ones that you would like to discuss on our podcast series, please reach out to us today to discuss at

Similarly, if you’d like to be a guest but have your own idea about a topic, drop us a line to suggest it—we’re open to talking about conversations that are important to you.

Invitation to Solution Providers and Industry Vendors

The Energy Central Power PerspectivesTM Podcast is a unique opportunity to reach our listeners: utility executives and decision-makers, marketing professionals at utility organizations, energy industry leaders and influencers, and more. To learn how someone from your company can be featured in the podcast, or how you can become a podcast sponsor, please get in touch with a client representative at or you can download our product guide.

We’re eager to keep these conversations going and allow you to take the Energy Central insights with you when you’re on the go and away from your computer—listen to us in the car, on a walk, at the gym, while doing the chores, and more! If you want to reach energy insiders who are already listening, get in touch today!


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