The Climate Technology Centre & Network (CTCN), the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and S2 Services invite you to the webinar focused on women's representation as energy professionals, active leaders and contributors to the global green energy supply chain. Good practice examples from India, Nepal, Cameroon and Togo will showcase how women's engagement as technicians, entrepreneurs, and decisionmakers in grid-connected, off-grid and clean cooking initiatives support countries in achieving their national energy and sustainability goals. What is the role of policy in strengthening equal participation in the supply chain? How can private sector and civil society support these processes?
- Ms. Carole Tankeu, Associate and Managing Director, S2 Services, Cameroon
- Dr. Mini Govindan, Senior Researcher, The Energy Resources Institute (TERI), India
- Ms. Méry Yaou, National Designated Entity of CTCN and UNFCCC Gender & Climate Change Focal Point, Ministry of Environment and Forest Resources, Togo
- In the light of what we cannot see: Exploring the interconnections between gender and electricity access
- CTCN technical assistance: Mainstreaming gender for a climate resilient energy system in West Africa. Please note deliverables and project reports can be found on this page