The LUCE Awards, now in its second edition, is set to take place in Florence on 16 May 2024. Organised by the Lights on Women initiative in collaboration with Landwärme and Edison, this event aims to recognise and celebrate the significant contributions of women in driving the Green Transition.
The event, created to champion women’s pivotal roles in the Green Transition, was held for the first time in 2023 and celebrated the achievements of two outstanding female professionals. The Legacy Women award was given to Clara Poletti, ARERA Commissioner and Chair of the Board of Regulators of ACER. Onyinye Anene-Nzelu, Head of Mini-Grids at Engie Energy Access in Nigeria, won in the Emerging Talent category.
More information, including the selection criteria and process, will follow in January 2024.
The LUCE Awards will be preceded by the 5th meeting of the Equality Platform for the Energy Sector. The Platform is a European Commission-led initiative that currently includes 28 members from the energy sector, including the Florence School of Regulation.
Established in October 2021, the platform serves as a dedicated forum for addressing equality-related matters, fostering the exchange of experiences, and championing best practices concerning diversity and inclusion in the energy sector workplace.
The meeting is open for the Platform members only. For further information and details on becoming a member, please visit the Platform’s webpage.
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