Energy of Words

The Energy of Words Prize is an annual international media award established by the Global Energy non-profit partnership in 2004. Each year it recognizes journalists from around the world who through their work have made a significant contribution to the awareness and understanding of global energy issues, trends and solutions.

  Entry Requirements

Nominations are accepted on the basis of the submission of a single piece of work from the journalist concerned. Articles, opinion pieces and interviews published in journals, magazines and newspapers, including those published online, are accepted for consideration; submissions should include a maximum 400 word abstract of the article submitted (in English).

The submitted article must have been published between 1 July 2013 and 30 June 2014. Articles are accepted in any language provided that an abstract of the article is submitted in English.

All entries for the Energy of Word Prize must be received by 1 September 2014. Any entries submitted after this date will not be considered for the award.

  Nominations

Nomination for the award can be made by:

Authors;

  Prize

The winner will receive an all-expenses paid trip to one of The GEP events in Russia or in any other country of the world.

 Past winners

Winners of the Energy of Words Prize include:

• Mr. Terry Macalister, Energy Editor of The Guardian, for coverage of the exploration and production of oil in the Article circle.

• Mr. Martin Fackler, the Tokyo bureau chief of The New York Times, for his exceptional contributions to the coverage of international energy issues with his series of articles on Fukushima.

• Ms. Natasha Loder, Correspondent of The Economist, for coverage of the new technologies in manufacturing of the lithium-ion batteries

A full list of previous winners can be found here

 Evaluation

Submissions are judged on the basis of the following criteria:

Subject – All submissions must be related to a contemporary energy issue.

Insight – Submissions must provide innovative views and/or research into the subject.

Objectivity – Features must provide unbiased analysis of the subject.

Quality of research – Submissions are expected to uphold a rigorous level of research.

Quality of writing – Submissions are expected to have a high standard of writing.

Submissions are judged by the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee. The Committee chooses up to two winners each year.  The decision of the panel is final.

The Energy of Words entry form

If you want to submit your work for the Energy of Words Award please register here:

Full name of the nominee:

Publication in which the nominated feature was published:

Email address of the nominee:

Publication date:

Country of residence of the nominee:

Contact telephone number (please include international area code):

If you have filled in the entry form on behalf of someone else
please include your details here:

Full name:

Email Address:

Please enter a link to the nominated feature here:

Any comments:

Or upload the nominated feature in any of the following formats – PDF/JPEG/Microsoft Word

Please upload a brief synopsis in English (if applicable):

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