Women across the energy sector have been organising to create networks specific to their technology area. For instance, there are Women in Fusion, Women in Nuclear, Women in Cleantech and Sustainability, Women in Renewable Energy Network, and many others. Here we feature networks that share gEneSys mission to promote gender sensitive action on energy transition. If you are part of or creating such network, please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
EiET, The Equality in Energy Transitions Initiative aims to accelerate gender equality and diversity in clean energy transitions and close the gender gap by 2030.
GWNET, Global Women’s Network for Energy Transition seeks to address the current gender imbalances in the energy sector and to promote gender-sensitive action around the energy transition in all parts of the world. GWNET offers Mentorship Programme.
GWNET is looking for senior professionals who are eager to make a difference and have a positive impact on a younger woman’s career in the energy sector. With the ever-changing dynamics of the business fields, digitalisation, knowledge and knowledge sharing has become more important than ever.
The Florence School of Regulation maintains the social platform Lights on Women’s Energybase with a database for female professionals in the energy, climate and sustainability sectors, showcasing women experts from around the globe, while boosting opportunities to advance them as professionals.
Women in Green Hydrogen is a network of women in the green hydrogen sector aimed to increase the visibility and amplify the voices of women in green energy. The WiGH maintains a crowd-sourced database of women experts working in the field of green hydrogen.
The database showcases women’s talent, connects experts and decision makers, and offers event organisers a valuable tool to find speakers. The WiGH Mentoring Programme supports and empowers young professionals in the early stages of their careers.