Heatmap News hires Jael Holzman as senior reporter covering renewable energy and politics for new Pro tier

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The climate news website Heatmap News has announced the hiring of Jael Holzman as senior reporter for the newly launched Heatmap Pro where she will cover the intersection of politics and renewable energy projects. Holzman most recently worked as an energy and climate reporter at Axios where she launched a newsletter focused on the politics and policies undergirding the energy transition. Previously she covered mining for E&E News and S&P Global Market Intelligence, and energy and environment for CQ Roll Call. 

Heatmap Pro offers two subscription tiers: a premium news subscription featuring reporting and analysis of the major projects and political trends shaping the clean energy development landscape and a platform that integrates 50+ data sources to forecast local support and opposition facing clean energy projects anywhere in the United States. 

“Jael is an extremely insightful, well-sourced and ambitious reporter,” said Nico Lauricella, Heatmap editor-in-chief. “Hiring Jael represents an exciting step in our investment in Heatmap Pro and I’m so excited for the vital coverage she’ll bring to our readers working at the frontiers of the energy transition.”

While the current Heatmap News team will collaborate with Heatmap Pro journalists, their focus will continue to primarily be the site’s existing flagship subscription of award-winning reporting, newsletters, podcasts and events.

Demos of the Pro platform can be requested at www.heatmap.news/pro.

About Heatmap News:

Heatmap News is climate news for the real world. We tell the inside story of the race to fix the planet, with deep reporting on emerging decarbonization trends, like electric vehicles, clean hydrogen and carbon capture, in addition to climate change and its impact on our economy, politics and society. Recently named Hottest in Sustainability on Adweek’s 2024 Media Hot List, Heatmap has built an influential readership of decision-makers, business leaders, government and NGO officials, entrepreneurs, VCs, legal and policy experts, academics, journalists and concerned consumers who take action.

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