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CONNECTIONS to Women CEOs/Owners of Clean Power/Carbon Capture Companies in Asia-Pacific?

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WPS Research Advisor, Pacific Forum

As a policy specialist, I function like a sorting hat to identify the most compelling approaches to empowering women in peacebuilding and as environmental entrepreneurs. I work at the...

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I'm excited to be connected with the Energy Central community!

I'm looking for Asia-Pacific women CEOs/biz owners of SMEs in the climate/carbon capture sector. Women working in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, or Timor-Leste would be preferred.

I'm a Harvard graduate student & Pacific Forum WPS Researcher. My research is focused on the women-conflict-climate nexus.

Would appreciate any company or individual referrals you might have. Thanks!

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I can name two women in India Immediately :

1) Vaishali Nigam Shina

Chair, ReNew Foundation and Chief Sustainability and CSR Officer, ReNew Power, India.


2) Joyoti Guleria.

Jyoti Gulia, Founder

Jyoti has about 14 years of rich experience in the Indian Renewable sector. Before starting JMK Research, she has worked with leading companies in the clean energy sector including Bridge To India, Tecnova, Infraline, and CRISIL. She holds a Master’s degree in Business Management from FORE School of Management, Delhi, and a Bachelor’s in Engineering degree (Mechanical) from Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Delhi.

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Maryruth Belsey Priebe on Mar 5, 2021

Fantastic - thank you for these ideas! I've reached out to them both.

Also this may be of value

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) is pleased to invite you to celebrate the International Women's Day by joining the webinar titled 'Gender Equality for an Inclusive Energy Transition: Women Leading the Way in Solar Energy':  

on Monday, 8 March 2021 at 16:30 GST (13.30 CET)


UN Women designated the theme 'Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world' for the International Women’s Day, 8 March 2021. IRENA uses this opportunity to officially launch the new IRENA Global Gender Survey of the Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Industry that will provide the basis for the forthcoming IRENA publication, Solar PV Energy: A Gender Perspective. The report's findings will strengthen and deepen our knowledge of issues related to women's employment, workplace opportunities, challenges and policy solutions in renewable energy, as well as highlight qualitative aspects of the global solar PV energy workforce.

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Maryruth Belsey Priebe on Mar 5, 2021

I appreciate you sharing this event with me, Paul! I'll also check out the speakers list there. thanks!

Have you taken a look at the Women in Energy LinkedIn group? You may also find some people you want to connect with there.

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Maryruth Belsey Priebe on Mar 4, 2021

I wasn't aware of that one - thank you! I've requested to join the group.

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