Welcome to EnergyTech!

Sept. 13, 2021
Introducing a new resource for the energy transition.

As part of our ongoing quest to serve the individuals who comprise the energy industry, Endeavor Business Media is proud to unveil EnergyTech: a new brand for large-scale energy users who need to decarbonize and address electricity resiliency demands.

By way of the EnergyTech website and the EnergyTech Transition email newsletter, Endeavor provides a conduit for news and information about the technologies to empower large energy consumers to operate more reliably, more efficiently, and in a less carbon-intensive manner. Our audience spans a broad range of industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, education, transportation, big data, and government. We’ll showcase technologies that rely on various energy sources: solar, wind, natural gas, geothermal, and more. Our broad categories for organizing news and information include Microgrids, Energy Storage, Renewables, and Distributed Energy.

In addition to an introduction, this is an invitation. We welcome outside case studies, thought leadership pieces, commentaries, story ideas, and even suggestions about how we can better serve the large energy user community. Learn more about our contributor guidelines, along with details on who to contact, on our website. Moreover, please invite your colleagues to join our growing audience by filling out this form for a free subscription to the EnergyTech Transition email newsletter. Finally, join our social media community on LinkedIn and Twitter.

We’re excited to fill an important niche in energy media, and we look forward to being a valuable resource as you drive the energy transition!

About the Author

EnergyTech Staff

Rod Walton is senior editor for EnergyTech.com. He has spent 14 years covering the energy industry as a newspaper and trade journalist.

Walton formerly was energy writer and business editor at the Tulsa World. Later, he spent six years covering the electricity power sector for Pennwell and Clarion Events. He joined Endeavor and EnergyTech in November 2021.

He can be reached at [email protected]

EnergyTech is focused on the mission critical and large-scale energy users and their sustainability and resiliency goals. These include the commercial and industrial sectors, as well as the military, universities, data centers and microgrids.

Many large-scale energy users such as Fortune 500 companies, and mission-critical users such as military bases, universities, healthcare facilities, public safety and data centers, shifting their energy priorities to reach net-zero carbon goals within the coming decades. These include plans for renewable energy power purchase agreements, but also on-site resiliency projects such as microgrids, combined heat and power, rooftop solar, energy storage, digitalization and building efficiency upgrades.