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Announcing the Participants of the GWNET 3/2020 Programme

GWNET is excited to share the selected mentees for the GWNET Mentoring Programme 2020 for Women in the Energy Sector. The programme received 50+ applications from women working in sustainable energy from over 30 countries.  The quality of applications received was very high and we sincerely thank all applicants for taking part in this process. The selected participants for the [...]

Global Governance in the Energy Sector & the Impact of COVID-19

Last week, GWNET held its third knowledge-transfer webinar for the participants of the LAC & MENA Mentoring Programme 2019/2020, on the topic of Global Governance in the Energy Sector. We were excited to welcome key speaker Dr Irene Giner-Reichl, an Austrian career diplomat with established expertise in sustainable development, women’s rights, development policy and energy. Irene currently works as an […]

Women in Wind Q&A’s

This page will be continuously updated with new Q&A’s The Women in Wind Global Leadership Program sat down with this year’s mentors and participants, to chat about their pathways to renewable energy and issues facing women in the wind sector.  Read their stories below: Meet Natalia Zacur who works as an electrical designer for high voltage substations at TECMAS Meet Isabel […]

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