This week, the Women in Wind Global Leadership Program conducted its third Knowledge-Transfer Webinar of 2021 on the topic of “High-Impact Presentation Skills.”
8 March 2020
Announcing the selected participants of the 2020 Women in Wind Global Leadership Program!
We are delighted to share the selected participants for the second edition of the Women in Wind Global Leadership Program! We received 111 applications from all over the world for 15 open spots – making the acceptance rate for this year a competitive 13.5%.
An indication of where these applications came from is below, highlighting markets for wind power worldwide.
The location in parentheses indicates country of residence or nationality.
GWEC and Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET), as well as our Partners – Leading Partner, MHI Vestas, and Supporting Partners Mainstream Renewable Power and GE Renewable Energy, and Patron Shizen Energy – express their warm congratulations to the 15 selected participants above!
In March 2020, we will be posting a full list of participant profiles on our Participants page.
In the months ahead, we will be publishing a series of one-on-one interviews with our participants. Keep checking our blog and social media for these profiles, and to stay up-to-date on the Women in Wind program.
On the Blog
This week, Women in Wind conducted its second Knowledge-Transfer Webinar of 2021. The webinar focused on “Global Outlook and Opportunities” with presentations from IEA, RWE and RE100.
In a post shared by our Women in Wind Ambassador in Japan, Ms. Haruna Takami won the first prize at the 6th International Symposium for High School Students held on March 25, 2021 for a poster presentation on the stability of barge type floating offshore wind turbine generator system.