Calling All (smart, experienced, not necessarily great writers, passionate) Authors

Since 1984, Home Energy Magazine has published “all the energy news that’s fit to print”. The publication, along with the Home Energy Pros Forum, has recently been acquired by the Building Performance Association,  but our common mission remains the same—to educate, inspire, and support the home performance community by helping them build and retrofit homes to be energy efficient, healthy to live in, affordable, and last but not least, comfortable.

We have always relied on building scientists and those working in the field as contractors, business owners, utility program managers, trainers, and weatherization professionals to provide the bulk of material in our quarterly magazine and web site. I would like you to please consider writing for the magazine about a topic or a project that you are passionate about. Your passion is more important than your writing skills! Our editorial staff will work with you to help you tell your story.

We are primarily interested in articles from the following 5 areas, but will consider other topics that would be of interest for our readers: 

  • Home performance (broad category including insulation, air sealing, new construction, retrofit, multifamily, water efficiency, and so on)  
  • Weatherization
  • HVAC
  • Business Development
  • IAQ/Healthy Homes  

If you would like to learn more about contributing content for Home Energy Magazine online and in print, please write to me at JGunshinan@building-performance.org. I will send you our writers guide and answer any questions you have. Thanks for your consideration.

Yours in a greener future,

Jim Gunshinan Senior Editor

Home Energy Magazine

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