Back in 2014 the Woman Engineering Society launched the “Woman Engineering Day” on 23 June. Such an event is recognized by the UNESCO and is designed to raise the profile of women who are excelling in engineering, as well as to inspire future generations of female talent to enter the profession.
Now in its eighth year, International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) on 23 June focuses on the theme of Engineering Heroes, putting the spotlight on the amazing work that women engineers around the world are doing.
The company group vision implies also to ensure woman’s full and effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of the decision-making process.
GreenPowerMonitor (GPM) is proud to have a growing and promising team of female engineers specialized in the energy industry, working and leading ambitious global projects.
We’re continuing to fight gender bias and do our part to help create a more inclusive space for women in the workplace and the energy industry. Part of that is celebrating and highlighting the achievements of our female engineers and the many incredible things our experts are doing to advance the future of energy.
Here’s what some of our expert engineers working towards a greener energy transition have to say:
Our team is hopeful that efforts like the International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) campaign will help encourage an onward rise in the number of female engineers across the world.
And there’s more! Read DNV’s blogpost covering amazing and inspiring stories from more #EngineeringHeroes here: