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CALL FOR ARTICLES: What are your predictions for 2020?

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As part of the Energy Central Insights Series for 2020, we will be publishing 3 issues – Jan 30th, Feb 6th and Feb 13th  around 2020 Power Industry Predictions and Trends.  

Last year our trends issue generated a lot of excitement with over 130 insightful article submissions and 58,000-page views.  We are hoping to beat that record and would love to have your insights shared in this series.

We are looking for insights like:

  • The most important issues facing the industry in 2020.
  • The biggest changes you see coming up.
  • What trends will affect the industry this year and into the future?
  • What are your predictions for the industry in 2020?

Please send your submission to community@energycentral.com, and mention “2020 Predictions and Trends” in your subject or body. If you are not sure about your topic, send an abstract first and we’ll be happy to give you feedback. 

While we welcome submissions from vendors, they must meet our non-commercial editorial requirements. You can contact your client representative (or sales@energycentral.com) for sponsorship opportunities or download our media guide now for more information. Reference page 18 for Special Issues. 

DUE DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Jan 24th 2020

I look forward to reading your insights and sharing them with other Energy Central Community members! 

Audra C Drazga
VP of The Power Industry Network

PS: If you have any questions, please contact me at community@energycental.com.

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