Caitlin Ritchie is a writer within the energy industry, specializing in deregulation, energy efficiency, and solar power. Caitlin aims to provide clear and straightforward guidance to help readers make informed decisions. Her writing and research have been cited by Snopes, The Washington Post, The American Solar Energy Society, and other major sources. Find more of Caitlin’s work at CNET.com, Bankrate.com, and ChooseEnergy.com, or connect on LinkedIn.
Lisa Iscrupe is a senior writer passionate about finding nuance within the larger energy and renewable landscape. She specializes in the deregulated electricity segment with a focus on the Texas marketplace. She is an expert on residential renewable solutions, including solar power, batteries, and electric vehicles. CNN, The Daily MBA, The Media Bulletin, and other national sources have referenced her articles. Find more of her work on SaveOnEnergy.com, ChooseEnergy.com, and CNET.com, or connect on LinkedIn.
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Hannah Hillson is a senior editor and wordsmith with a decade of experience in the home services and energy industries. Words, people, and sustainability are her passions. When she’s not knee-deep in the latest renewable report, Hannah is monitoring her California home’s solar energy production. Her content specialties include residential energy solutions, renewable energy, and energy choice. Find her work on SaveOnEnergy.com and Bankrate.com. Connect on LinkedIn.
Saltanat Berdikeeva is a seasoned energy writer and analyst and a published author, who specializes in renewables, energy efficiency, and energy transition. Saltanat’s articles on energy issues and trends in Eurasia, the Middle East, and the U.S. featured in Energy Digital, Inside Arabia, European Energy Review, Environment Journal, National Geographic, Platts, Oil and Gas Journal, Jane’s, Insight Turkey, ISN, and local newspapers. Check out her podcast Reimagined Communities on energy transition in American communities.
Jamie Cesanek is an editor focused on energy industry content, including deregulation and renewables. She enjoys working with writers to translate informative content to readers in a clear, accessible, and creative way. Though Jamie now brings her focus to energy, she has previously written and edited health content and arts and humanities topics. Find her on LinkedIn.
Hannah Whatley is an editor with experience creating content for finance, marketing, business, entrepreneurship, and energy services. The Motley Fool, The Modest Wallet, Grammarly, and JoinCake.com are some of the platforms Hannah has worked with. She enjoys constantly learning about the energy industry and collaborating with writers to offer readers the most relevant, accurate, and up-to-date information for their energy purchases. Find her on LinkedIn.
Faith Foushee is a writer who thrives on creative brainstorming, storytelling, and collaboration. She is passionate about learning from other energy experts and writing informative content to demystify the industry, with a focus on renewables and green energy. When she’s not writing the latest energy updates, you can find her outside enjoying the sunshine or researching her next adventure. Discover Faith’s contributions on SaveOnEnergy.com, CNET.com, and Bankrate.com, and connect on LinkedIn.
Jordan Smith is a writer and researcher with expertise in renewable energy and deregulated energy markets. Jordan has written extensively on the deregulated energy market in Texas and the challenges confronted in the clean energy transition, and conducted research projects within the energy industry. Further articles by Jordan can be found at ChooseEnergy.com.
Sean Jackson is a veteran copywriter, adept at covering deregulated energy markets, solar energy, and utilities. His work has been featured on CNET, Realtor.com, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Discover more of Sean’s work on SaveOnEnergy.
Taylor Freitas is a digital content writer and editor, specializing in deregulated energy markets and renewable power. Over the past 10 years, she has contributed to publications including LA Weekly, CNET, and ZDNet. She holds a B.A. in Print and Digital Journalism from the University of Southern California.
Luke Daugherty is a freelance writer, editor, and former operations manager. In addition to personal finance and business operations, he also covers energy deregulation, electric vehicles, and sustainability. His work, bylined and ghostwritten, has appeared in The Balance, CNET, CIO Magazine, Entrepreneur, and more.
Allie Ogletree is a content writer specializing in renewable energy, deregulated energy markets, and home improvement. She regularly contributes to Forbes Home, Angi, Choose Energy, and more. When Allie’s not researching sustainable solutions for the energy and home industries, you can find her tackling the latest DIY project. Connect with her on LinkedIn