Energy and Gender
The energy sector remains one of the least gender diverse sectors and closing this gender gap will be vital as women are key drivers of innovative and inclusive solutions. A clean energy transition will require innovative solutions and business models to be adopted and greater participation from a diverse talent pool.
Our work on Energy and Gender
Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E)
Each C3E TCP participating country is expected to take meaningful action to advance women in clean energy and close the gender gap in their own national contexts
Equal by 30 Campaign
Gender Equality by 2030 in the Clean Energy Sector
Women in Clean Energy
Many countries recognise the importance of harnessing all talent and closing the gender gap, noting that greater gender equity brings economic and social benefits to all.
Access to Energy 2017
The Sustainable Development Goals adopted in 2015, has the goal to ensure access to affordable, reliable, and modern energy for all by 2030.
Digitalization and Energy
Digitalization is already improving the safety, productivity, accessibility and sustainability of energy systems.
Shared experiences on data collection and methods of assessment to analyse gender diversity as well as the employment opportunities to women offered by the clean energy transition.
C3E Brochure: Knowledge Gaps & Opportunities
Promote the leadership and participation of women in the clean energy transformation
Energy Access Outlook: From Poverty to Prosperity
Exploring the close links between energy & development
- Better information needed to improve gender diversity in the clean-energy sector
18 April 2018
- Commentary: Gender diversity in energy sector is critical to clean energy transition
8 March 2018
- COP23: An important step towards Paris Agreement implementation
27 November 2017