3 March 2020, Cape Town International Convention Centre
DEVELOPING AFRICAN WOMEN LEADERS TO CREATE OUR ENERGY FUTURE
Women’s leadership is a global business issue and is gaining in prominence in Africa. It needs to be addressed systemically across the working environment and include the involvement of both women and men at all levels of leadership. The 5th annual Women in Energy Conference, aligned to the Africa Energy Indaba, focusses on how various departments within companies can work together to advance their corporation’s talent agenda and competitive advantage by attracting, hiring, developing, retaining, sponsoring and promoting women in every industry sector.
The development of renewable energy and energy efficiency programmes will create numerous jobs and business opportunities throughout the African continent. Women have a large role to play in the development of sustainable projects that add to economic development. The Women in Energy Conference has be designed to aid the increase in leadership and development of women involved in the African energy space. This one day forum will provide a platform for women to network, share their knowledge, discuss achievements and encourage the advancement of women across all sectors of the energy industry.
With a focus to developing women in the energy sector, this event is crucial to the empowerment
and growth of African women in the energy sector.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The Women in Energy Conference is a valuable source of information, insights, networking and development for leaders and managers across industries, functions and company sizes, including:
- Women and men in senior leadership positions within energy and related industry companies
- Women aiming to develop a career in the energy sector in Africa
- Women energy entrepreneurs
- High-potential women looking to enhance and advance their careers
- Industry professionals responsible for hiring, developing and advancing an unbiased workforce
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED
South African Industrial Energy Efficiency Project
The South African Industrial Energy Efficiency Project assists industrial companies to improve their energy efficiency since 2010.
Now in its second phase, the IEE Project is a multi-stakeholder initiative that supports increased and sustained energy efficiency within industrial and selected commercial sectors – by promoting increased adoption of Energy management Systems, Energy Systems Optimisation and the Energy Management Standard ISO 500001 series.
The project is implemented by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, the National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa, the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy, and the South African National Energy Development Institute.