Study on Gender Balance in the R&I Sector to Improve the Role of Women in the Energy Transition
The study on gender balance in R&I, commissioned by European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA), aims to help the European Commission improve the role of women in the energy transition.
IEA User-Centred Energy Systems – Empowering All: Gender Equality for the Energy Transition
The OEGUT supports the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMK) in developing country-specific recommendations for integrative energy strategies. This concerns political interventions and technology developments.
IEA Equality in Energy Transitions Initiative
The Equality in Energy Transitions Initiative (formerly known as Clean Energy, Education and Empowerment - C3E International) is a Technology Collaboration Programme of the IEA. The Equality Initiative aims to accelerate gender equality and diversity in clean energy transitions and close the gender gap by 2030. This goal will be accomplished through creating a framework for co-operation and information sharing among member countries, as well as exchanging best practices for effective strategies to advance gender equality and diversity in the clean energy field.
Activities for the FEMtech Initiative
With FEMtech, the Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMK) supports women in research and technology and creates equal opportunities in industrial and non-university research.
Network Laura Bassi 4.0 - Digitization and Equal Opportunities
Together with JOANNEUM RESEARCH, ÖGUT is supporting the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) in setting up the “Digitization and Equal Opportunities” network. Which factors lead to inequality and how can they be dealt with?
Management of the FEMtech Website
The website www.femtech.at is a platform covering all current information surrounding the FEMtech initiative and is managed by the OEGUT. Notable topics include the expert database, a feature on the female expert of the month, an event calendar and news and information on current publications.