The World Bank started “South Asia Gender and Energy” (SAGE) initiative with a plan to establish a “Women in Power Sector Network in South Asia (WePOWER)” to promote women engineers and practitioners in the energy and power sector and bring normative change regarding women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education. WePOWER track focuses on promoting and advancing the fields of women in power and energy sectors. The track aims to increase innovation in the Energy and Power Sector led by Women and thereby achieving a clean way to generate energy and bring formative change from the women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education with an ideal solution for the removal of all kind of hazards from power generation in a clean and healthy manner.
The goal of IEEE WePOWER is to support the professional growth and success of women in these fields and to foster diversity and inclusion within the power and energy engineering community.
The key objective of WePOWER is to elevate and empower women in the Power field. This track motivates women for efficient involvement in energy system projects and utilities. WePOWER visualizes clean energy systems with the future vision to provide a safe environment even with the means of energy generation.
Bengaluru, India ( Hybrid Mode )