EWiRE launched a new paper on the 5 March 2019 at the House of Lords, in the run up to International Women’s Day, challenging government, regulators and companies working on clean energy to make gender diversity a key priority.
The paper, ‘The role of women as drivers of change in the energy transition’ brings together articles from inspiring women leading the transformation of our energy mission on the key role of gender diversity.
This launch is the next step in the work of Regen’s EWiRE network, with an ambitious programme to support more women lead the transition to a clean, decentralised and flexible energy system.
“In 2019, we want to see more women leading the energy industry through this period of extraordinary change. We want to ensure that every key policy and regulatory forum has a strong and diverse voice.” Rachel Hayes, founder of EWIRE
But we know we can’t do that alone. If you are interested in joining the EWIRE network you can view more details here, or contact Rachel Hayes to discuss how you can participate.
More specifically, we are inviting leading businesses who are interested in seeing real change in diversity in our sector, to work with us by sponsoring EWiRE. You can click here to explore different opportunities.
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