Lights on Women

In 2017, the FSR launched the Lights on Women initiative to further enhance economically and socially inclusive energy policy and regulation.

The Lights on Women Initiative promotes, trains and advocates for women in energy, climate and sustainability, boosting their visibility, representation and careers.

To know more about the initiative please get in touch with Mariaclaudia.Carella@eui.eu

 

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Ukraine: the war fought on the energy front
Ukraine: the war fought on the energy front

As the Russian offensive in Ukraine enters its 11th week, concerns over energy security and supply across the area continue…

4th Lights on Women Scholarship
4th Lights on Women Scholarship

For the 4th year in a row, the Florence School of Regulation is proud to present its Lights on Women…

We need systemic innovation to enable higher shares of renewables for the energy transition
We need systemic innovation to enable higher shares of renewables for the energy transition

Innovation is the engine powering the global energy transformation. Renewables are becoming the go-to option for many countries in their…

3rd Lights on women scholarship: meet the recipients!
3rd Lights on women scholarship: meet the recipients!

It’s that time of the year again! For the 3rd year in a row, the FSR is proud to announce…

Addressing gender equality in the energy sector
Addressing gender equality in the energy sector

This #FSRDebate aimed at reviewing the current situation with gender participation in the energy sector and at identifying which policies…

Africa’s energy transition and the role of women: an interview with Glory Oguegbu
Africa’s energy transition and the role of women: an interview with Glory Oguegbu

Glory Chinenye Oguegbu is the founder and CEO of the Renewable Energy Technology Training Institute (RETTI) and the RETTI Virtual…

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