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WEI’s quarterly publication is distributed to more than 6,500 decision-makers of public and private companies involved in electric generation and transmission, gas and electric distribution, pipeline operations, power marketing, and energy-related services. Content is contributed from WEI member companies and industry partners and offers unique perspectives pertinent to energy executives and managers who face common business challenges spanning across front line operations to back office functions.
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“[T]he Northwest is on track to face capacity shortages as soon as 2020, with a capacity deficit of thousands of megawatts by the mid-2020s. All the studies point to planned and prospective coal retirements as the key driver of decreased firm capacity available to the region...[These retirements] will affect both load-resource balance in the Northwest and the availability to purchase surplus capacity from other regions when Northwest supplies are tight.”
Western Energy magazine has been published since 2011, and our collection of past digital issues are available online for free in our archive.
For full information on the type of articles we look for, download our writer’s guide containing information on writing style, answers to FAQs and the editorial calendar.
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Your WE advertising contact is Mike Holley, Publisher, Apogee Media Group at firstname.lastname@example.org or 916.378.5014.