Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE) group launched

Logo for the Women in Renewable Energy groupRebecca and Joanna, Co-Chairs, WiRE and the members of the WiRE Advisory Board, are excited to announce the new Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE) group, inclusive of ALL renewable energy technologies!  WiRE launched at the CanWEA Conference this week (press release here).

You can follow all the activities and learn more about WiRE on their new website, womeninrenewableenergy.ca.

Their inaugural networking meet-up will occur on Wednesday, October 16th.  Come out and join them.

When and where:

Wednesday, October 16
5:30-7:00pm
The Black Horse
928 Bloor Street West, Toronto

All women are welcome and registration is not required.

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Directions:

Just a block and a half west of Ossington TTC station. Street parking on south side of Bloor or at Green P across from Ossington TTC station.

The WiRE group will be holding their first field trip on Tuesday, November 5th.  This will be a rooftop solar workshop including a site visit, EPC (Engineering Procurement and Construction) / Technology & Community Solar Bond presentations.  Registration is required for this event.

If you wish to support and build the WiRE community, you can:

Follow WiRE on twitter: @WiREOntario

Like WiRE on facebook: www.facebook.com/WomenInRE

Join our LinkedIn group: www.linkedin.com/groups/Women-in-Renewable-Energy-WiRE-6506054

We at HARE join the excitement from the folks at WiRE and its expanded mission to bring more women together and effect positive change to Renewable Energy policy in Ontario.

About Women In Renewable Energy (WiRE)

WiRE is a non-profit group dedicated to furthering education and awareness surrounding renewable energy development and policy in Ontario, Canada. WiRE expands the involvement of professional women across renewable energy industry segments through educational field trips, monthly networking meetings, and communications and engagement initiatives. WiRE’s goal is to play an important and visible role in the Ontario energy sector, while advancing the role and recognition of women making a difference in the field.

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