The energy sector has this year continued its efforts to bring more diversity and gender equality into its workspaces and boardrooms.
We have seen significant strategic action from companies: Statkraft set an ambitious target for improving gender diversity at the top of its UK workforce by announcing a commitment to have 40% of leadership positions held by women by 2030 (Full story here).
And Siemens Energy announced a similar target and also appointed Maria Ferraro as its first Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer: read more here.
Schneider Electric appointed Kelly Becker as its president of UK & Ireland, while Anna Borg became Vattenfall’s new President and chief executive.
Meanwhile, sectors of the industry have taken steps to enable greater diversity – catch up with these initiatives here:
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