"Adam has a great eye for fun and important stories. He does a good job of connecting complicated issues to people in a way that is easy to understand and means something to them."- Zachary Shahan, Director at CleanTechnica.com.
"Adam has been writing and contributing to Smart BIZ magazine as our technology and renewable energy columnist. His knowledge and passion on global issues comes through in everything he writes. The articles are well researched, well written, and right up-to-date with everything going on in the industry. If you’re looking for someone who takes great pride in his work, and always comes up with new, innovative, and interesting topics, then I’d highly recommend getting in touch with Adam."- Bill Burfoot, Editor, SmartBiz Winnipeg.
"Adam is uniquely adept at identifying the key challenges and opportunities for groups ranging from indigenous communities to utility executives. He has a good understanding of the science, research, and trends the impact clean energy."- Benjamin Burger, Owner, MicrogridMedia.com
"To whom it may concern:
This letter is written to commend your attention to the work of Adam Johnston.
I am the author of more than three dozen books in the ABC-CLIO Contemporary World Issues. Each of the books in this series includes a chapter called “Perspectives,” in which individuals write 1,000-word essays on some specific aspect of the general topic.
In April 2015, Mr. Johnston expressed an interest in writing about solar financing in my book on Solar Energy: A Reference Handbook. The publisher issued a contract for this work, which Mr. Johnston completed on time in May 2015. The essay was well-thought-out, well-written, and entirely suitable for the age level for which the book was intended.
Best on this experience, I would highly recommend Mr. Johnston’s work of this nature for other assignments." - David Newton, Editor, Solar Energy: A Reference Handbook.
"Adam took courses on renewable energy with me. He was a standout student, with excellent critical analysis and communication skills. He was repeatedly able to synthesize information from different disciplines to generate factual, relevant and interesting reports." -- Lucy M. Sportza Ph.D. Course Instructor School of the Environment University of Toronto