PowerPulse.net Merges with EE Power, Creating the World’s Largest Online Power Engineering Community
This merger will combine two robust online communities of power engineers from around the globe.
EETech Media has announced that PowerPulse.net has merged with EE Power, creating one of the power industry’s largest and most informative power engineering websites with over 100k users per month.
You might have noticed some changes occurring on EE Power over the last several months. We have been hard at work creating a site that is more user friendly, more comprehensive, and more engaging. As the junior editor of EE Power, I am excited to continue working with our readers and writers to explore the conversations surrounding power engineering more than ever before.
The migration of PowerPulse.net’s content and community to the EE Power domain will further develop EE Power’s already expansive variety of power-focused information and continue to grow EE Power for the benefit of our core base of power engineers.
Whether you were a reader of PowerPulse.net, EE Power, or both, you can now access all past articles from PowerPulse.net through EE Power’s constantly updated website. Along with EE Power’s market news, product information, industry interviews, technical articles, and educational resources, all PowerPulse.net articles are now available to our readers on EE Power.
PowerPulse.net was well known for its daily and weekly newsletters. That breadth of constant information will continue through EE Power’s Power Pulse newsletter.
“For years, PowerPulse.net had provided a diverse variety of power-focused content for its readers. Now, as we aim to seamlessly blend PowerPulse.net into EE Power, we will continue to do what PowerPulse had always done best — create a space for power engineers to share their knowledge and learn from their peers,” said Adam LaBarbera, CEO of EETech.
“It has always been the goal of both sites to serve the experienced and insightful engineers of the power sector. We will continuously aim to be first in sharing the most engaging and timely product information," said Kate Smith, EETech Director of Digital Content.
With your support, we are thrilled to progress as one site with an even larger and more comprehensive offering of power-focused information. We look forward to your feedback and communication through the comments section on EE Power articles and in the forum, as we further grow this robust knowledge base of readers and writers from all around the world.