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Listen to the conversation between our host, Areti Ntaradimou, and Marzia Zafar about the human condition of the energy transition.
The biggest trend in energy will be this need to shift demand to meet supply, says Marzia Zafar from Kaluza.
Former US ambassador Mary Burce Warlick has been appointed as International Energy Agency (IEA) deputy executive director and will soon take up duties.
Women’s growing share of wealth and influence in the asset management industry will spur increasing investment into ESG funds through 2030.
The progress made globally to improve women empowerment over the past decade is likely to be reduced to 2017 levels by the end of 2021, according to a new report released by consulting firm PwC.
Bloom Energy's Sharelynn Moore, speaks about the role of women in influencing positive developments within the energy sector.
UK utility Centrica has announced that it plans to increase its female smart energy workforce.
Refinitiv has named Enel as a world diversity and inclusion leader within the “Electric Utilities and Independent Power Producers” industry.
Kaluza, OVO Group’s technology platform ecosystem, has announced three new senior team members from Uber, World Energy Council and Farfetch.
A new report offers some encouraging news this Women's History Month: The percentage of clean energy news and opinion articles quoting women doubled in 2019 compared to 2018. Women were quoted in 42% of clean energy articles in 2019, up from 21% the year before.
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