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Electrical Review 2022 Features List

The Electrical Review Features List looks a little different this year, with the topics simplified to enable an even greater range of industry topics. 

Alongside our Features List, each issue there will be a Talking Point and Final Say article. These articles will be the voice of the industry, they will give a platform to leading experts to share their opinion on important issues that have a wide-ranging impact. These articles don’t follow the Features List topics and focus on what’s happening in the here and now. 

Of course, there are other ways to get involved with Electrical Review, such as the Powered On Podcast. Every two weeks, this popular podcast informs and entertains the industry about a key topic, such as whether renewables will prevent a future energy crisis or how we can avoid a grid failure, and we’re always looking for guests to get involved. 

So, if you’d like to contribute to Electrical Review’s editorial – get in touch at the bottom of the page. And if you have an idea for an article that doesn’t fit any of these topics, drop us a line – we also offer editorial Special Features that cover emerging trends and other interesting tidbits that our readers will enjoy.

January/February: Editorial Deadline - December 24, 2021
- Automation, IoT & Smart Tech
- Cables and Cable Management
- Electric Vehicles
- Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution
- Test & Measurement
March/April: Editorial Deadline - February 18, 2022
- Drives & Controls
- Energy Storage, Standby Power & UPS
- Lighting
- Power Protection
- Renewables & Sustainability
May/June: Editorial Deadline - April 22, 2022
- Automation, IoT & Smart Buildings
- Cables & Cable Management
- Electric Vehicles
- Fire, Safety & Security
- Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution
July/August: Editorial Deadline - June 17, 2022
- Building Services & HVAC
- Drives & Controls
- Energy Storage, Standby Power & UPS
- Lighting
- Test & Measurement
The Sustainability Issue (September/October): Editorial Deadline - August 19, 2022
With COP27 set to take place in early November, we’ll be releasing a special sustainability issue in September/October to focus on the transition to net zero and the green revolution that is gripping the electrical industry.

- Electric Vehicles
- Energy Storage, Standby Power & UPS
- Renewables & Sustainability
- Smart Buildings
- Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution
150th Anniversary Edition (November/December): Editorial Deadline - February 18, 2022
In November 2022, Electrical Review is set to release a special 150th Anniversary Edition which will focus on the past, present and future of the electrical industry. We will cover innovations that have got us to the present day, as well as innovations that will shape the future.

This is an opportunity to showcase all of the technology within the electrical industry and how the market is moving forward.

We will be releasing a one-of-a-kind collector’s edition of the magazine that will celebrate our 150th birthday, alongside celebrating the industry. This is one issue you won’t want to miss.

Editorial Requirements

We want to be upfront with all our contributors, not all editorial is able to be published in Electrical Review. However, there are a few key ways to make your editorial more likely to be published – that is by following our editorial requirements.

These are as follows:

– All submissions should be exclusive to Electrical Review
– Content is to remain within a word count of between 750 – 1,200 words. This is except for Final Say, where we ask for between 650 – 750.
– As this is editorial, content must remain vendor neutral throughout. That means no specific mentions of products or services – this is not a promotional tool for your products, but a way to showcase your expertise.
– Articles are to be accompanied by any relevant imagery, which are high-resolution and are ready to be printed.

Powered On

The fortnightly Powered On podcast is a popular way to engage and inform the Electrical Review audience, with guest spot opportunities now available.

Why not come on as a guest and discuss a trending topic and engage live with our hosts, Electrical Review Editor Jordan O’Brien and Data Centre Review Editor Kayleigh Hutchins. 

If you want to get involved with Powered On, get in touch with us below.

Want to get involved?

If you’d like to contribute an article or discuss an idea, please get in touch with the editorial team.