A Global Network for Women Advancing Clean Energy
Thanks to everyone who attended the 2013 C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium at MIT on September 19-20. It was a wonderful success!
March 8, 2014 is International Women's Day!Here at C3Enet.org we're excited to celebrate and recognize all of the outstanding women we know in clean energy. If you haven't had a chance to meet the…Continue
This year C3E will be organizing the third C3E Symposium, launch the third C3E Awards (nominations will open soon!), engage our international partners at CEM5 in Seoul, and interacting here at home with you all. We hope to have a number of local…Continue
Rudd Mayer Memorial Fellowships
Each year, Women of Wind Energy awards fellowships to women college students or recent graduates to attend the annual American Wind Energy Association WINDPOWER conference. The fellowship honors wind industry pioneer Rudd Mayer of Boulder, Colorado, who passed away in 2002.
The Rudd Mayer Memorial Fellowships support women to participate in WINDPOWER, attending seminars on current wind energy issues, viewing state-of-the-art technology, meeting women and men in the renewable energy field, and connecting with employers about potential internships or permanent positions.
WINDPOWER 2014 will be held from May 5-8 in Las Vegas, NV. The Fellowship covers the cost of travel to and from the WINDPOWER conference site, conference registration (and included meals), and lodging.
The Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis. Rudd Mayer Fellows are selected by the WoWE Board of Directors, based on:
On November 24, 2013 the clean energy future lost a young, vibrant spirit in Kelly de la Torre. Kelly’s ideas and passion fueled her efforts to advance cleantech initiatives and emerging technologies on four fronts: as an attorney focused on finding solutions to market and regulatory barriers stalling clean energy development; penning her Rocky Mountain Energy Blog; co-hosting Energy 101; and founding and supporting the Board of Women in Energy, Inc., a non-profit founded to facilitate communication and mentorship among women in the energy industry. To this she added Fellow in the NREL Executive Energy Leadership Program in April of this year, and couldn’t wait to “leverage the heck out of that.”
Kelly and I first met at the inaugural…Continue