At Breaking Energy, we continually strive to create the web’s leading community for energy industry discourse. Along with our editorial staff and contributors, we publish thought leadership articles from the US Department of Energy, New York Power Authority, Environmental Defense Fund, American Petroleum Institute, and the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, as well as Op-Eds from business leaders and influential stakeholders.
To expand the dialogue and bring new voices into the community, we are collaborating with our long-term partners at IAEE in offering student members the opportunity to publish some of their research and ideas on Breaking Energy. Since we will be covering the IAEE best paper and poster competition during the 37th IAEE International conference in New York City, we felt it fitting to solicit synopses of your submissions, or energy-related articles that pertain to your studies. As you are the next generation of energy industry leaders and practitioners, we want Breaking Energy to be a valuable forum in which to share ideas, network, promote your research and gain exposure to potential employers.
Starting in mid-February, we will publish 2-3 student articles per week. Each should be approximately 550-750 words and will be approved by our editorial team. We will pay a $40 stipend per published article.
If you are interested in joining the leading online community for the energy field, please send submissions to Jared Anderson, Managing Editor, Breaking Energy. (firstname.lastname@example.org)