Women in Energy

The EU Sustainable Energy Awards 2020 includes a new category recognising the contribution of Women in Energy.

Below you will find details of the 3 winners who have all helped to push energy efficiency into the mainstream, as well engage and empower citizens to play their part in the clean energy transition.

Ada Ámon
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Renewables and citizens engagement

Making buildings more energy efficient means you pollute less and have cleaner air.

Katharina Habersbrunner
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Energy poverty and Just transition

Just energy transitions need to include everyone and be addressed to everyone.

Sophie Attali
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Energy efficiency

My goal is to help people understand their needs, choose the least energy intensive products and to use them correctly.