INZEB is pleased to invite you to a webinar on June 12, from 11:30 am to 13:00 pm CEST, focused on addressing energy poverty and gender inequality through increased inclusivity and skills development. This engaging session brings together municipalities, energy suppliers, civil society organisations, and citizens to discuss ways to strengthen inclusion and alleviate energy poverty. The webinar will highlight the experiences and perspectives of women and vulnerable groups, identifying barriers, opportunities for policy making, and actions to drive a clean energy transition. This webinar aims to inspire action and drive meaningful change in addressing energy poverty and gender inequality. By focusing on inclusivity and skill development, we can create a more sustainable and equitable future.
One of the key sessions in the webinar will focus on the role of women as agents of change in driving a clean energy transition. Led by moderator Eleni Kanellou, POWERPOOR Coordinator and PhD Candidate at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), the session will feature esteemed speakers who will shed light on the importance of women’s participation in the energy sector. Sonja Klingert, a Senior Researcher from the University of Mannheim, will share insights into the research and initiatives promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment in the field of energy. Katharina Habersbrunner from WECF (Women Engage for a Common Future) will discuss practical examples and best practices that empower women to contribute to the clean energy transition. Alice Corovessi, Managing Director at INZEB, will bring her expertise in sustainable energy and highlight the role of women in driving change at the community level.
The webinar will also feature video-testimonials of the W4RES project, providing firsthand accounts from individuals who have experienced the positive impact of inclusive and skill-based approaches in tackling energy poverty. These testimonials will showcase inspiring stories of empowerment and highlight the importance of community-driven initiatives in addressing energy poverty and gender inequality.
Following the presentations, there will be a Q&A session where participants can engage with the speakers and delve deeper into the topics discussed. This interactive segment will allow for an exchange of ideas and insights, fostering a collaborative atmosphere among the attendees. The webinar will conclude with closing remarks by Eleni Kanellou, POWERPOOR Coordinator and PhD Candidate at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), summarising the key takeaways and emphasising the importance of continued efforts to address energy poverty and gender inequality.
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Together, let’s skill up and create a more inclusive energy sector that leaves no one behind.