Freelance writing Energy & Utilities jobs

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Current Jobs

Check out a sample of the 40 copywriting jobs posted below:

Monthly customer newsletter
Email
Energy & Utilities
2500 words

Hello I need a copywriter to help create a series of CRM emails for customers and prospective cu...

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Top 10 Tips for Stormwater & Sediment Control on Building Sites
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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8 Flammable Safety Cabinets Tips That You Must Know
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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How To Get Roll-Out Mats Without Hurting Your Pockets
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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What Are Cleaning Chemical Products and How To Use Them?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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10 Important Things You Need To Know About Marine Spill Kit.
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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What Is an Emergency Shower and How Do You Use It?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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How to Choose the Right Fuel & Oil Spill Kit?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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Where Does Natural Gas Come From?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

We need a blog post that talks about where natural gas comes from.   This blog post is being writ...

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Employee Spotlight - Tracy Lyles
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

(Highlighting good customer service, reviews and Tracy Lyles, Customer Service Representative- Fa...

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How Solar Panel Efficiency Increases when Installed Over Bodies of Water
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
1185 words

Topic: How Solar Panel Efficiency Increases when Installed Over Bodies of Water Intro to flo...

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5 Reasons Your Business Should Switch to Renewable Energy
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
1040 words

Topic: 5 Reasons Your Business Should Switch to Renewable Energy Overview of why your compan...

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Employee Spotlight - Melissa Taylor
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

(Highlighting good customer service, reviews and Melissa Taylor, Director of Marketing and Custom...

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How to Find the Best Natural Gas Rates in Georgia
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

We need a blog post highlighting how to find the best natural gas rates in Georgia. We have a blo...

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Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
150 words

BREAKING: Sunrun Launches Electric Vehicle Charger As Part Of Customer Whole-Home Energy Offerin...

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7 Simple (But Important) Things To Remember About Oxidising Agent Storage Cabinet
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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Drum Containment Pallets - The Best Solution For Containing Spills
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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10 Common Myths About Spill Absorbent
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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Residential energy storage system popular science-Script
Video Script
Energy & Utilities
360 words

Hello Dear,   We Are Going to Make 8 Popular Science Short Videos About Residential Energy Stor...

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10 Helpful Tips - Which Fuel and Oil Absorbent Mat You Should Have?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
750 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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5 Summer Energy Saving Tips
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
945 words

Please reference the content from the new website and floating solar handbook guide "Where Sun Me...

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3 Largest Floating Solar Farms in the World
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
995 words

Please reference the content from the new website and floating solar handbook guide "Where Sun Me...

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Press Release for a residential energy storage product
Press Release
Energy & Utilities
425 words

Hello,   Our product will be launched in California in July. There are a few points that need to...

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Ad Copy for glamping dome
Ad Copy
Energy & Utilities
375 words

We'll need a headline and a short paragraph, together as a set of ads.    Product 1: Glamping ...

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What to Expect During our Natural Gas Connection Appointment?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

What to Expect During our Natural Gas Connection Appointment?   This will be a blog post for ...

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FAQ Question & Answer Copy for Rodrigo Farcas
Questions & Answers
Energy & Utilities
125 words

Fleet tracking Topic dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Aenean commodo ligula eget dol...

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How to Compare Natural Gas Marketers
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

This is for a blog post on How to Compare Natural Gas Marketers - please touch on these items: ...

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Customer Service Spotlight
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

(Highlighting good customer service, reviews and CSR, Janay Mosley) See attachment for info on J...

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Why Install Floating Solar
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
1190 words

Please reference the content from the new website and floating solar handbook guide "Where Sun Me...

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Land Solar vs Floating Solar
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
1045 words

Please reference the content from the new website and floating solar handbook guide "Where Sun Me...

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Agrivoltaics
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
1400 words

Hello!    We’re a solar power company with a sole focus on the agricultural industry. We’ve h...

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Simple (But Useful) Guidance For Floor Bunding
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
950 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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Energy storage system launch press release
Press Release
Energy & Utilities
375 words

The name of the product and the group of our company; Date and method to order the product; The ...

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8 Common Types of Spill Kits and Which One is Right for You?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
950 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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Which Rate Plan Is Best for Me?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

We need a blog post written about the different pricing options - see this page: https://www.true...

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Natural Gas in Georgia (explain who is AGL and gas marketer relationship)
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

We need a blog post that explains the coverage of Atlanta Gas Light and the gas marketer relation...

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What to Look for When Purchasing Flammable Storage Cabinets?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
950 words

1) writers / editors need to change their Grammarly settings set to Australian English and Austra...

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Ways to Have Fun with Natural Gas in the Summer
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

We need a blog post that talks about various products that can be used with natural gas in the su...

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What Does Natural Gas Smell Like and What Should I Do if I Smell it?
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

This blog post is being written for https://www.truenaturalgas.com/ so please make sure we don't ...

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Natural Gas Savings in the Warmer Months
Blog Post
Energy & Utilities
400 words

We need a blog post that talks about how to utilize the warmer months to maximize natural gas sav...

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Creating your optimal profile in Energy and Environment writing

If you're looking to break into Energy and Environment writing, Scripted can help. When you sign up for Scripted, you'll create a profile that showcases your writing skills and tells Energy and Environment clients what you're passionate about writing. To set yourself up for success, we recommend including the following in your profile:

  • A strong headline that grabs attention
  • An engaging bio that tells Energy and Environment clients who you are and what you're passionate about
  • A portfolio of your Energy and Environment writing samples
  • Links to your Energy and Environment blog or website (if you have one)
  • A professional-looking bio photo

We also recommend including keywords about leading industry concepts like:

  • Environmental issues
  • Alternative energy
  • Environmental journalism
  • Environmental writer
  • Environmental protection

By taking the time to create a strong profile, you'll be more likely to attract Energy and Environment freelance writing jobs that are a good fit for you.

How to create long-term relationships with Energy and Environment clients on Scripted

Once you've landed an Energy and Environment writing job on Scripted, your goal should be to build a long-term relationship with the client. To do this, we recommend the following:

  • Deliver quality Energy and Environment content that meets or exceeds the client's expectations.
  • Communicate with the client regularly to ask questions and get clarification on assignments.
  • Ask for client feedback on how you're doing and what you could do better.

By developing a solid relationship with an Energy and Environment client, you'll be more likely to get repeat work and higher-paying assignments.

Developing skills in Energy and Environment freelance writing jobs is also a powerful way to build your reputation as a highly-skilled freelance writer.

The Benefit of SmartMatch for Energy and Environment writers on Scripted

Our SmartMatch technology makes it easy for Energy and Environment clients to find the best freelance writers for their needs. All you need to do is wait for the latest job alert and then decide whether you want to accept the offer.

The job alert will include all relevant details, including the pay rate and what the Energy and Environment client is looking for.

If you're interested in the job, simply click "Start Job," and you'll be able to start writing right away. If not, you can decline the job and continue waiting for Energy and Environment job alerts that are a better fit for you.

How to create pitches to win Energy and Environment jobs

Once you've found an Energy and Environment job you're interested in, it's time to create a pitch. To increase your chances of winning the job, we recommend the following:

  • Tailor your pitch to the specific Energy and Environment client and job
  • Highlight your Energy and Environment writing experience and subject matter expertise
  • Include links that demonstrate a deep understanding of environmental topics

These tips will help you stand out as an exceptional writer and give you a better chance of winning Energy and Environment writing jobs.

Set Prices Your Knowledge and Experience Deserve

When you pitch an idea on Scripted, you get to set a price that you believe is fair to the client and your experience. Clients can even send you an additional tip to reward you for excellent work.

Every project has a minimum price that ensures writers get paid a fair amount. You always control how much you charge, but the minimum prevents writers from drastically undercutting each other for jobs.

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Some writers at Scripted use the platform to earn a little extra money. Others rely on it as their main source of income.

You can use Scripted to write as much or as little as you want. As a freelance writer, you control your schedule.

Quick Payments for Accepted Projects

Scripted partners with Stripe to get money in your bank account quickly. You can usually expect payments to reach your account within three to five days after your client accepts the project, depending on your Writer Tier.

Scripted's platform lets you track all of your projects and payments through a convenient dashboard.

Manage All of Your Clients From One Dashboard

As a freelance writer, staying organized can be a big challenge. As a Scripted writer you can manage all your customers, jobs, and pitches in one dashboard so you know what to prioritize and what stage every job is in. Each job is placed in one of these four stages:

  • Proposals – pitches that clients are still considering.
  • Writing – assignments with upcoming deadlines.
  • Editing – projects in the editing stage before they get sent to clients.
  • Ready for Review – jobs now in clients' hands ready for acceptance.

You can also use the Scripted dashboard to manage your Writer Portfolio, writing samples, payments, and job invitations.


Support From Scripted Team of Professionals

At some point, every writer runs into a situation they don't know how to handle. Perhaps a client demands something outrageous, or you're not sure how to answer a question about billing.

Scripted has a support staff of professionals waiting to address your issue as quickly as possible. Just reach out to Scripted Support to get your question answered. You'll get a friendly, helpful response ASAP.

Become a Scripted Writer

Start your application to begin finding writing jobs on Scripted. Once you create an account and submit your application, an editor will review your credentials to determine whether you have the skills necessary to join a platform of talented, hard-working writers. You don't necessarily need a lot of experience. Show that you're an excellent researcher and writer to get started. We look forward to welcoming you to the Scripted team!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Scripted allow writers in languages other than English?

We can't wait to open up Scripted to writers of every language, but unfortunately Scripted is English language only at this time.

How long does the application review take?

Applications are reviewed every Friday. So if you've submitted on anytime before Friday, you'll hear back from us that week. Applications submitted on Friday are reviewed with the next week's batch.

Can I apply to Scripted from my country?

Right now, Scripted is only accepting applications from the US and Canada. In March 2021, we'll be opening up to Europe. We intend to continue opening up the application process to the rest of the world throughout the year, so be sure to check back with us often!

What happens if my application is accepted?

You'll receive an email from us notifying you of the results and welcoming you aboard! From there, we'll help you with getting started on the platform, updating your portfolio and matching you with clients. In March 2021, all newly accepted writers will be required to attend a webinar on best practices on the platform. From there, you're free to start working on content and earning money!

Can I re-apply if my application was not accepted?

We're not currently accepting reapplications at this time, due to high volume. But that may change in the future, so please check back with us from time to time!

I'm curious about something else not listed here!

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