The Clean Energy Education & Empowerment Initiative (C3E) is welcoming nominations for the 12th annual award cycle. The C3E Awards program recognizes mid-career women who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and accomplishments in the clean energy sector. To date, 90 mid-career women have been recognized for their work in the following categories: finance, advocacy, government, international, law, technology & innovation, entrepreneurship, business, education, and social, economic, & policy innovation. Details on each category can be found in the nominations guide. Each winner receives a monetary award and national recognition. Read more about past winners at www.c3e.org/winners; PV Magazine profiled the 2022 cohort. Do you know someone who is a rising leader in the clean energy sector? A few key things to consider:
- The nominee must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident
- The nominator should have first-hand knowledge of the nominee’s accomplishments and capabilities
- Self-nominations are also accepted and encouraged. Self-nominations require an endorser who has agreed to be contacted and can speak to the nominee’s accomplishments.
Don’t wait! Nominations close on February 15th at 11:59 pm PT. For more information, visit www.c3e.org/nominate.
The C3E Initiative is led by the U.S. Department of Energy, in collaboration with the MIT Energy Initiative, Stanford University's Precourt Institute for Energy, and the Texas A&M Energy Institute. The C3E Initiative aims to close the gender gap and increase the participation, leadership, and success of women in clean energy fields. Visit www.c3e.org for more information.