Would you like to become a solar energy writer?
Are you a journalist, reporter, opinion maker, thought leader or a member of the public who wants to reach out to people with an article on the politics or technology behind wind, solar power or renewable energy?
Perhaps you run a renewable energy web site or blog and want to reach a wider audience?
Maybe you work or research in the field and have a company announcement or a technological break-through that you’d like the world to know about?
Or maybe you would just like to report your own personal experience with getting solar panels or a battery at your home. Energy Matters Australia can assist you!
Solar energy writer: Guest articles for Energy Matters blog
Energy Matters is a leader in communicating with Australians wanting to embrace renewable energy, especially solar power. Our web site receives more than 1.5 million visits a year, likely making it the most visited solar website based in Australia, and our solar news section has over tens of thousands of views per month and is regularly picked up by Google in its news feeds. We have a list of thousands of trusted subscribers who are interested in matters related to solar and other renewable energy industry in Australia. Many of our readers are thought leaders in renewables and they keep tabs on what our team of writers have to say.
If it’s happening in the solar and wind power industry; we want to share the news and opinions with members of the media and the public! We welcome not only written content, but also video and podcasts. The upshot of this is, you can become a Solar energy writer by doing guest articles for the Energy Matters blog.
If you have a piece you’d like published on one of Australia’s widest read renewable energy news channels, then please reach out to us with either your finished article or you can pitch us on a concept for your article.
If you have experience writing and your piece is newsworthy, e.g. it’s a great company announcement, then we would love to publish your piece.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org