Write a letter to Energize, win a prize

February 17th, 2014, Published in Articles: Energize

Letters to the editor expressing views, comment and opinion on relevant topics, and or responding to articles or letters previously published, are welcome and highly valued.

Send your letter to the editor either by completing and submitting the form below, or simply email your letter to the editor of Energize at energize@ee.co.za.

Letters should be short and to the point, and no longer than 600 words maximum.

The best letter of the month in each of EE Publishers’ magazines stands to win a sponsored prize. The editor’s selection and decision in this regard is final.

Where a submission is controversial, reasonable efforts will be made to ensure that affected persons and organisations are given an opportunity to respond, and that diverse views are solicited and fairly presented.

The editor reserves the right to decide whether or not to publish a letter to the editor, and to shorten or edit the letter to suit the style and length requirements. This is done with due diligence and, where necessary, in conjunction with the author.

Previous winners

  • October 2017: Ben Franklin won a copy of  “The test of leadership” by Ian McRae.
  • August 2017: Dirk de Vos won a copy of  “The test of leadership” by Ian McRae.
  • June 2017: John Clarke won a copy of  “The test of leadership” by Ian McRae.
  • May 2017: Chris Herold won a copy of “The test of leadership” by Ian McRae.
  • April 2017: Jacques Louw won a copy of “A Symphony of Power – the Eskom story”.
  • February 2017: James Barbour won an energy efficient solar light from Schneider Electric.

Let your voice be heard – send us your letters to the editor and win!

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