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Entrepreneurial Women in Renewables – Ginopoly
14 Sep 16
5:30pm to 8:30pm
£125+VAT for non-members; £50+VAT for members
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
We are delighted that we will hear from Cordi O’Hara, director of UK System Operator at National Grid.
Followed by interactive networking – Ginopoly! The event is kindly hosted by TLT at their London office and will bring together the entrepreneurial women of the renewables sector.
This evening event is a perfect opportunity to come together to help shape this network to learn and be inspired by each other.
The Entrepreneurial Women in Renewable Energy (EWiRE) initiative addresses the under-representation of women in our sector across England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, particularly at high levels.
Our aims are:
- The increase the visibility and profile of women working in sustainable energy businesses
- To increase the contribution of women to the Boards and senior management of sustainable energy SMEs
- To promote the attractiveness of working in the sustainable energy sector to encourage wider female participation