C3E is a program of the Clean Energy Ministerial, 23 major-economy governments accelerating the transition to clean energy technologies and policies. C3E is strengthening the engagement of women in clean energy.
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  • Milo Werner
  • Erica Mackie
  • Kirstin Gunderson
  • Rebecca Stanfield
  • Kristen Graf
  • Katherine Lucey
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C3E is creating opportunities for women in clean energy.

The U.S. C3E annual awards program recognizes the outstanding achievements of mid-career women working to advance clean energy. Eight remarkable women are recognized for their work at the C3E Symposium each fall. Learn more about the C3E awards.

C3E in the News

July 30, 2014
U.S. C3E Ambassadors Meet for 3rd Annual Retreat – via MIT Energy Initiative
Ambassadors reviewed nominations for this year’s C3E Awards, an annual awards program supported by the MIT Energy Initiative.

May 16, 2014
PRIME-ing Energy Innovation – via MIT Energy Initiative
C3E Women in Clean Energy winner uses funding and inspiration to support the next generation of game-changing energy technologies.

May 1, 2014
Planting C3E Seeds in Colorado – via MIT Energy Initiative
C3E Women in Clean Energy winner uses prize money to create a grassroots model for spreading the international and national mission for C3E.

April 24, 2014
Needed and Wanted: Women Leaders to Help Create a New Energy World Order – via Alliance to Save Energy
Tackling the most critical energy challenges facing our nation and our world requires strong leadership – leadership from a diversity of voices and perspectives, including women.

January 14, 2014
New Energy.gov Video Series Highlights Women in STEM Fields – via energy.gov

October 1, 2013
As women take leadership positions in cleantech, is the glass ceiling cracking? – via The Guardian
Though gender-inequality persists, women are gaining C-level titles and board roles in clean energy.

September 25, 2013
It’s Not “Nice” To Include Women In The Energy Sector, It’s Essential – via Scientific American