Foundations for Transformation
Women Leaders Advancing the Future of Energy
Industry Insights Roundtable (Episode 8)
During Women’s History Month, we honored the many women who have broken the barrier in the energy industry, paving the way for modern day energy technologies through their accomplishments. From the first patent for a gas heating furnace to significant discoveries in physics, chemistry and engineering, women have been – and continue to be – powering the energy industry’s history and future.
For Women’s History Month 2021, Industry Insights featured several trailblazing women whose work is advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.
You can still watch the discussion from March 25th, where female leaders gathered to discuss grid modernization challenges facing the U.S. utility industry, and explore industry trends and mission critical innovations needed in response to an ever evolving grid.
Pete Tseronis, Founder of Dots and Bridges and former DoE CTO
Featuring a Distinguished Panel of Industry Experts:
- Alia Amireh, Senior Engineer of OT Connectivity at Xcel Energy
- Kathy Nelson, Principal at West Monroe Partners
- Liana Ault, Energy CTO Innovation Lead at Nokia Energy Global Practice
- Martha Symko-Davies, Laboratory Program Manager-Energy Systems Integration Facility at NREL
Mentioned during the session was The Wireless Infrastructure Association blog which featured Anterix’s Alice Moy-Gonzalez. Women are playing an important role in the advancement of technology across the country and around the world. The Wireless Infrastructure Association featured the stories of 38 women who are making an impact on the wireless infrastructure industry this month to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month.
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