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American Energy Society Selects De Gruyter as Publishing Partner

July 1, 2015

The American Energy Society and De Gruyter are pleased to announce their partnership to produce the flagship publication for the American Energy Society. This partnership will serve to enhance the American Energy Society’s mission to disseminate energy information and provide a forum for communication and cross-fertilization in all relevant, established and emerging disciplines, professions, fields, and types of energy.

“There are more than eleven million inspired energy professionals around the world. The sheer size of this audience – as well as the depth of its talent, capital, and inspiration – is a validation of the importance of energy. But it is difficult for this enormous community to keep up-to-date on activity across every energy sector. With De Gruyter, this forthcoming publication will quickly become an essential resource for anyone who wants to follow the leading edge of energy,” says Dr. Eric Vettel, President of the American Energy Society.

The American Energy Society is a non-partisan and energy-agnostic professional association that was founded in August 2011. It was created to address the over-specialization and hyper-partisanship that gets in the way of an enduring and sustainable energy future. The American Energy Society solves this problem by bringing all professionals together into an exclusive network for energy. Members include expert academic faculty and professional staff at national laboratories, media, policy-makers, investors, industrial affiliates, grant administrators, patent and financial services, etc. – making the American Energy Society the only comprehensive global network for the entire energy sector.

“We are looking forward to partnering with the American Energy Society to generate a publication about energy, which is a timely and wide-ranging subject. Aligning with such an influential, global Society to deal with a vital topic fits very well into De Gruyter’s strategy,” says Dr. Anke Beck, Managing Director of De Gruyter.