GWNET aims to advance the global energy transition by empowering women in energy through interdisciplinary networking, advocacy, training, and mentoring. GWNET 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.


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Call to Action: Empowering Women and Youth to Accelerate the Clean Energy Transition

The Vienna Energy Forum​, the Global Women's Network for the Energy Transition and the SDG7 Youth Constituency of the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth stand tall​ for youth​, gender​ and equity​. Together, we call on organizations, governments, private sector, academia and civil society to take urgent action to ensure that the energy transition​ is equally accessible to [...]

The Women in Clean Cooking Mentorship Program Announces Its Inaugural Cohort

The Clean Cooking Alliance (CCA), Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and the Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET) have selected the first-ever participants of the Women in Clean Cooking (WICC) Mentorship Program.  Chosen from more than 150 applications from over 30 countries, the selected participants include 29 women working in a wide range of areas across the clean [...]

Celebrating Big Wins Amid a Difficult Year

2020 was a year of disruption, loss, adaptation and change. It was a year in which human resilience and innovation shone stronger than ever, and in which the wind sector took strides forward in technology and demonstrated the robustness of its global supply chain. Meanwhile, the COVID-19 pandemic exposed the existing vulnerabilities of the fight for gender equality.   Background The Global Wind […]

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