Fieseler to cover renewable energy, climate and tech for Politico/E&E News

Clare Fieseler

Clare Fieseler has been hired by Politico and subsidiary E&E News to cover renewable energy, climate and technology. She will start in June. Most recently, Fieseler was a staff reporter for The Post and Courier, South Carolina’s largest newspaper. She also maintains a research appointment at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History where she […]

Downs moves to Congress beat for E&E News

Politico agriculture reporter Garrett Downs is moving to cover Congress for E&E News, a subsidiary of Politico. He has been covering agriculture for Politico since June 2022. He previously was an associate editor at Agri-Pulse Communications and an associate editor and reporter at Inside Washington Publishers. Downs interned for Politico and Our Voice NYC. Downs is a […]

E&E News seeks an energy tech reporter

POLITICO’s E&E News is seeking an agenda-setting reporter to cover the energy technologies driving the global transition away from fossil fuels. You’ll dig into industries, research and politics at the heart of the Biden administration’s climate agenda, including the development of batteries, renewable energy projects, and clean transportation. We want a reporter who’s hungry for […]

Prakash to join E&E News to cover energy

Nidhi Prakash will join E&E News to cover energy and environment from Congress. During her more than five years at BuzzFeed, Prakash held the posts of news reporter, politics reporter, campaign reporter and White House reporter. She is an adjunct professor at New York University. She also reported for Metro International and Fusion, an ABC […]

Borst becomes toxics and waste reporter at E&E News

Ellie Borst has a new beat at E&E News as a toxics and waste reporter to cover chemicals, trash and recycling. She joined as an intern in July 2022 covering energy and environment policy. Previously, Borst interned at PolitiFact, where she fact checked viral claims or claims by public figures for accuracy, with a focus […]

E&E News seeks a Congress reporter

E&E News is looking for a strong reporter to help us maintain our dominance of environment and energy coverage on Capitol Hill. Our Hill team is a dedicated and collaborative group. Those eight reporters get scoops, deliver analysis pieces, and write features that help put the pieces together for our smart and well-connected subscribers. Our […]

Brugger to cover natural resources for E&E News

Kelsey Brugger is taking on a new beat at E&E News covering covering natural resources in the House and Senate — fights over oil and gas, monuments, and public lands. She has been covering federal regulations. Brugger was previously an intern and news reporter at Santa Barbara Independent. Brugger holds a bachelor’s degree in History of […]

Northey to cover the mining beat at E&E News

Hannah Northey, a reporter at E&E News will now be covering mining, critical minerals, EV batteries and clean tech. Previously, Northey has covered the intersection of water policy and politics and EPA oversight. She also covered energy policy and Congress and served as the energy editor. Her work on wetlands and climate change was recognized […]

Bright joins E&E News as a reporter

E&E News has hired Zach Bright as a reporter to cover the energy transition and energy markets on the East Coast. Recently, he was an environment reporter at Bloomberg Law. Bright was an editorial fellow at the Washingtonian Magazine and interned at The Nevada Independent and The Colorado Sun. Bright graduated from Northwestern University, where […]

E&E News hires Houston Chronicle’s Webb

E&E News has hired Houston Chronicle reporter Shelby Webb to cover oil and gas. Webb will start Jan. 31. She has been the renewable energy reporter on the Houston Chronicle business news desk. Webb previously covered suburban education for the paper. Webb previously worked as an education reporter with the Sarasota Herald-Tribune in Florida from 2013 to 2016 and attended the […]