Lights on Women

In 2017, the Florence School of Regulation launched its Lights on Women initiative to further enhance economically and socially inclusive energy policy and regulation.

The Lights on Women Initiative shapes an inclusive energy sector by promoting, training and advocating for women in energy, climate and sustainability. The Initiative shines a light on the expertise of women in these sectors and aims to create and share opportunities that boost their visibility, representation and careers.

 

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Swetha Bhagwat talks one year of FSR Global
Swetha Bhagwat talks one year of FSR Global

Today marks the 1-year anniversary of FSR Global, an initiative by the Florence School Regulation meant to facilitate the development…

The Lights on Women Energy Expert List
The Lights on Women Energy Expert List

The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) is on a journey to improve gender diversity and inclusion in its activities and…

From waste to a waste-to-energy model in Nepal
From waste to a waste-to-energy model in Nepal

Clean City is a social enterprise and grassroots organisation that aims to radically shift the paradigm from waste to waste-to-energy,…

A Sustainable Approach to Mining in Peru
A Sustainable Approach to Mining in Peru

In this article, Suamy Gabriela Pérez Ortega explores how renewable energy enables a more sustainable approach to mining in Peru.…

2nd Lights on Women Scholarship — Meet the recipients!
2nd Lights on Women Scholarship — Meet the recipients!

Meet the recipients of the 2nd Lights on Women scholarship! A diverse talent pool is a key driver of innovative…

Gas
Gas infrastructure: the road ahead
Gas infrastructure: the road ahead

Lights on Women sits down with Boyana Achovski to discuss her vital role as Secretary General of Gas Infrastructure Europe.…

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