- POLITICO’s E&E News is seeking a reporter to cover energy technologies driving the global transition away from fossil fuels
- The reporter will be responsible for breaking news and delivering enterprise journalism for all platforms of POLITICO
- The ideal candidate should have a track record of developing and maintaining sources, as well as a collaborative spirit for working with reporters and editors across a global newsroom
E&E News, a leading source of energy and environmental news, is currently seeking an energy tech reporter to cover the Biden administration’s climate agenda and the global transition from fossil fuels.
As the world shifts towards cleaner and more sustainable energy sources, the role of an energy tech reporter has become increasingly important. From covering the latest advancements in renewable energy technology to analyzing the impact of new policies and regulations on the industry, this position offers a unique opportunity to inform and educate the public on critical issues shaping the future of energy.
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing in-depth and insightful coverage of the Biden administration’s efforts to combat climate change, promote renewable energy, and accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels. In addition, they will be expected to report on the latest developments in clean energy technology, innovation, and investment, both in the United States and around the world.
Qualified applicants should possess a strong background in energy and environmental journalism, with a keen interest in technological advancements and policy developments. A deep understanding of the energy industry, as well as strong writing and reporting skills, are essential for this role.
This is an exciting opportunity for a talented and driven individual to have a significant impact on the public discourse surrounding one of the most pressing issues of our time. If you are passionate about energy, technology, and the environment, and are eager to be at the forefront of reporting on these critical issues, we encourage you to apply for this position with E&E News.