Fast-growing trade publication covering the electric power industry seeks energetic, inquisitive beat reporter.
Your job will revolve around coverage of ISO New England, which manages the electric grid for Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont.
As a Regional Transmission Operator (RTO), ISO-NE (https://www.iso-ne.com/) manages the electric grid and wholesale electric markets — a combination of an air traffic controller and the New York Stock Exchange.
We seek someone able to translate complex issues into readable prose. Knowledge of economics, business concepts and basic physics helpful.
You’ll be covering stakeholder meetings every month. You’ll also be writing up filings with, and rulings by, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (www.ferc.gov) plus enterprise stories (new technologies; climate change policy, etc.)
We are building The Wall Street Journal of the electric power industry. I am an award-winning former reporter and editor with The Philadelphia Inquirer and Bloomberg who believes trade publications don’t have to be dull or poorly written.
Trade publishing is one of the few sustainable business models for journalists. We will pay a very competitive salary (equivalent to NewsGuild scale) for the right person.
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