About The Energyst
The Energyst was founded by The Editor, Tim McManan-Smith, and Sales Director, Steve Swaine as a specialist publisher within the energy sector providing readers with news, information, knowledge and guidance in managing energy. Originally covering utility procurement, energy/water efficiency and flexibility, it has through new launches and acquisitions expanded to cover news in the power generation sector, critical site infrastructure and electric mobility.
The Energyst publishes the market leading energy magazine for business consumers – The Energyst. Since 1999, The Energyst, formerly Water Energy & Environment, has covered the latest energy technology and strategies along with legislative and policy changes, becoming an essential read for Energy, Facilities and Building Service Managers and Directors within the UK’s Industrial, Commercial and Public Sector. With its comprehensive coverage firmly footed in economic reality, breaking news and market intelligence reports it sheds lights on an increasingly complex energy landscape allowing businesses to reduce costs and achieving compliance.
Mission Critical Power, launched in 2015, specialises in onsite power resilience and efficiency at critical sites. The magazine looks at running critical facilities, balancing maximum uptime while keeping costs manageable. It is read by Data Centre, Energy, Facilities and Building Service Managers and Directors among others whose function is to keep a site running effectively while ensuring availability. For further information please visit www.mcp.theenergyst.com
In 2018, Energyst Media acquired New Power, a subscription-based expert resource providing a comprehensive source of insight that examines the challenges of moving from a central high-carbon power system to one that will provide heat and power securely, affordably and with minimal carbon dioxide emissions.
New Power is for anyone with an investment in the UK’s electricity industry such as utilities, traders, investors, major contractors, professional services, consumers, consultants. It comprises a monthly New Power Report, weekly newsletters and daily online news alongside access to its unique, comprehensive and searchable database of more than 2,500 UK power plants and projects.
The Energyst regularly publishes market intelligence reports, copies of which can be found under our digital editions / market reports section.
We also run numerous online events such as EV Week, Flex Week, Supply Week and many more. For further information concerning our upcoming events please see our events page.