From the editor: Our newsletters are going weekly

By Jeff Postelwait
Electric Light and Power, POWERGRID International
Online/Associate Editor
 

Tulsa, Okla., January 18, 2010 — Since I took over as online editor here for Electric Light and Power and POWERGRID International, my fellow editors and I have been talking continuously about how to provide you, our readers, a product with better news and content about the electric utilities market.

In the past few months, for example, we’ve revamped the look of our electronic newsletters, and we hope our redesign has helped you take advantage of the different types of content we feature — from our weekly news wrap-up videos to our “Eye on the Grid” blog.

The latest change that we’ve implemented is to move our newsletters from once a month (with special, topic-specific newsletters quarterly) to a weekly format. We will still put out our topic-specific newsletters, which cover topics ranging from this week’s smart grid-themed newsletter to our popular renewables newsletter, “Going Green.”

In this way, we hope to bring you even more of the content that has made our e-newsletters a valued source for news, information and features on a variety of energy topics from transmission and distribution to advanced metering infrastructure.

We will continue to work to improve and expand our content in the future, but it is your feedback and suggestions that help let us understand which of our features you find useful, and which ones could be enhanced in some way.

So please don’t hesitate to stay in touch with us. We’d be glad to hear from you, whether you have an idea for a submission, a news item to share, or a suggestion on a potential change to our newsletters. I can be reached at mailto:jeffp@pennwell.com.

On behalf of my fellow editors and our family of publications, I hope you enjoy this and all of our coming newsletters, as well as our Web site at www.elp.com, and our print magazines. Thank you for your continued support, and we wish you and your loved ones and colleagues a happy and prosperous 2010.

 

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From the editor: Our newsletters are going weekly

By Jeff Postelwait
Electric Light and Power, POWERGRID International
Online/Associate Editor
 

Tulsa, Okla., January 18, 2010 — Since I took over as online editor here for Electric Light and Power and POWERGRID International, my fellow editors and I have been talking continuously about how to provide you, our readers, a product with better news and content about the electric utilities market.

In the past few months, for example, we’ve revamped the look of our electronic newsletters, and we hope our redesign has helped you take advantage of the different types of content we feature — from our weekly news wrap-up videos to our “Eye on the Grid” blog.

The latest change that we’ve implemented is to move our newsletters from once a month (with special, topic-specific newsletters quarterly) to a weekly format. We will still put out our topic-specific newsletters, which cover topics ranging from this week’s smart grid-themed newsletter to our popular renewables newsletter, “Going Green.”

In this way, we hope to bring you even more of the content that has made our e-newsletters a valued source for news, information and features on a variety of energy topics from transmission and distribution to advanced metering infrastructure.

We will continue to work to improve and expand our content in the future, but it is your feedback and suggestions that help let us understand which of our features you find useful, and which ones could be enhanced in some way.

So please don’t hesitate to stay in touch with us. We’d be glad to hear from you, whether you have an idea for a submission, a news item to share, or a suggestion on a potential change to our newsletters. I can be reached at mailto:jeffp@pennwell.com.

On behalf of my fellow editors and our family of publications, I hope you enjoy this and all of our coming newsletters, as well as our Web site at www.elp.com, and our print magazines. Thank you for your continued support, and we wish you and your loved ones and colleagues a happy and prosperous 2010.

 

Authors