|Full name||Sian Crampsie|
I write extensively about a wide range of technology, policy, business and market developments in the international power and energy sectors, including the emerging shale gas sector in Europe. I also write on the environmental issues related to energy production and consumption, including sustainability, climate change, policy and legislation, carbon capture and storage, renewable energy, clean coal, energy storage, energy efficiency, and other advanced technologies. My interests also extend to global environmental issues, including climate change, sustainable development and conservation.
|Media outlets regularly worked for||
ReNews Utility Week New Power Modern Power Systems The Energy Industry Times Nuclear Technology International Engineering & Technology In-house magazines
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|Last updated||29-11-2018 11:10|
I have been a freelance energy journalist since September 2007, writing news, features and analysis for publications such as The Energy Industry Times, ReNews, Utility Week, Modern Power Systems, New Power, Nuclear Technology International, Gas Turbine World, and the IET's Engineering & Technology magazine, as well as undertaking corporate commissions. I have also helped event organisations to put together conference programmes aimed at power industry executives.
Prior to embarking on a freelance career, I spent nine years working for PennWell Publishing, rising to become Managing Editor of Power Engineering International (PEI), the company's flagship international power industry magazine. At PennWell I also served as the Conference Chair for some of the company's key regional energy conferences, including Russia Power and Power-Gen Latin America, and wrote for PEI's sister publications such as Asian Energy Infrastructure and the Global Power Review.
I began my career on the editorial staff of Wilmington Publishing's power group, working as Assistant Editor of Power Economics and Modern Power Systems magazines.
I hold a BSc in Geology from the University of Durham and an MSc in Environmental Technology and Energy Policy from Imperial College, London.