In March 2021, GWEC and GWNET submitted a statement to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) on behalf of the Women in Wind Global Leadership Program.
Over the last two years, national policy reforms have eroded the investment environment in Mexico for renewable energy. But the latest proposal to reverse key parts of the Electricity Act, Ley de la Industria Eléctrica (LIE), poses an unequivocal threat to all local and foreign private sector investment into Mexico’s formerly robust renewable energy market. …
Today, Women in Wind joins the global community in celebrating #WomeninScience, under the slogan “the world needs science, and science needs women and girls.” Following another record growth year for wind power in 2020, the wind industry has demonstrated its potential to support green jobs creation across its value chain, including a wide range of exciting career opportunities for STEM professionals.