Category Archives: Gender

Notes from 2016 SPC: We ALL to Stand Together, Because there is No “Side”

If there is anything that I learned from the 2016 Solar Power Colorado’s brilliant speakers, it is that we must learn to stand together as energy professionals. Because, in the end, there are no sides. Continue reading

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International Women’s Day: Help a Woman Access Some Energy

March 8, 2012 is International Women’s Day. It’s a great time to think about the great things we see women do, the great things we see women and men do together, and how we can bring greater equality to the world. I’m thinking particularly about equality of energy access. I’m grateful that I live in a world of relative equality, and that I can close out much of the brutal inequality between genders that remains. But, I allow myself to see enough to know that I have to act, every day, to keep the tide moving forward: for women in the U.S. and around the globe. With that in mind, I’ll go haul some wood to heat my home: in homage to the women who do it every day just to feed their families. Oh, and in May I’ll host a couple of forums on the topic, too. Continue reading

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