European Energy Review is the foremost independent multimedia-platform for the European energy sector. We publish interviews, reports, analyses and columns, written by energy professionals and freelance correspondents throughout Europe. Our focus is on the great European energy transition – the movement from national and state-controlled markets to a unified, liberalised (and regulated) European market, and from a fossil-fuel dominated energy mix to a more diverse energy mix. There is no other international publication which provides this much-needed focus. European Energy Review is where the best strategic minds in the energy field meet - to provide new insights, spark debates, and engage with political decision-makers. Join us today in the great European energy debate!

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Over 38,000 members have found their way to European Energy Review

European Energy Review started as a bimonthly print magazine in November 2007. As of the first week of December 2009, it was converted into an online publication.

European Energy Review publishes original reports, interviews, analyses, viewpoints and debates, written by correspondents and energy professionals across Europe.

As of September 2012, over 38,000 energy stakeholders from across Europe (and the world) had registered to receive our newsletter and get access to our website.

Starting in January 2013 European Energy Review introduced a paid Premium Membership, which includes various extras in addition to the regular email newsletter and articles. Premium Members get full access to EER's extensive library of some 3,000 articles. They will also be offered discounts on conferences, seminars and meetings.

It is possible to get a free 30 day-trial to the Premium Membership to get aquainted with our extended services and publications. 

The editorial focus of European Energy Review is on what we call the great European energy transition – the movement from national and state-controlled energy markets to a unified, liberalised (and regulated) European market, and from a fossil-fuel dominated energy mix to a more diverse energy mix in the future.

We believe there is no other international publication which provides this much-needed focus.

European Energy Review is published by Elektor International Media (EIM). It is fully independent and supported by an editorial board and an advisory board consisting of prominent energy professionals.

If you want to respond to an article or are interested in making an editorial contribution, please send an email to Tessel Renzenbrink. If you are interested in commercial cooperation, company memberships or sponsorship, please contact Johan Dijk.

European Energy Review is the leading platform that publishes original reports, interviews, analyses, viewpoints and debates, written by correspondents and energy professionals across Europe. The editorial focus is on what we call the great European energy transition - the movement from national and state-controlled energy markets to a unified, liberalised (and regulated) European market, and from a fossil-fuel dominated energy mix to a more diverse energy mix in the future. As of November 2012, over 38,000 energy stakeholders from across Europe (and the world) had registered to receive our newsletter and get access to our website. 

As of January 2013 European Energy Review introduces a Premium Membership, with even more information online (for the web, tablet and mobile), in print and with live events. Apart from receiving the improved newsletter, Premium Members also have full access to the renewed website and will receive the new eBook EER Monthly, with a round-up of all articles and in-depth overview of one theme. In 2013 EER will also launch webinars for our Premium Members. And Premium Members will be entitled to discounts on conferences, seminars and meetings. With the introduction of the Premium Membership we also reintroduce print to our portfolio with the the EER Yearbook.

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European Energy Review is published three times a week on the internet and by emailed newsletter. Each issue contains one or two articles.European Energy Review is an independent multimedia-platform for the European energy sector. We publish interviews, reports, analyses and columns, written by energy professionals and freelance correspondents throughout Europe.

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