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Announcing Conference Sponsor – Taco Comfort Solutions

May 15, 2024

Women in Energy Annual Conference Returns Sept 10-12, 2024, in Mystic, CT Registration is officially open for Women in Energy’s 7th Annual Conference, to be held at the Hilton Mystic from September 10-12 in Mystic, Connecticut. This year’s event features an empowering two-day program filled with education, networking, and tabletop exhibitor displays. Women in Energy […]

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Women in Energy Thank Sponsor Utilities Employees Credit Union (UECU)

May 6, 2024

They are sponsoring the Keynote Speaker, Alyssa Pannozzi, at Women in Energy’s Annual Conference from September 10-12, 2024. Pannozzi, Talent Director and Content Curator, will lead an inspirational program on the Power of Personal Branding. She’ll share her journey on how she built her brand and the importance of doing what you love. Women in Energy […]

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“Students need to learn that a career in a professional trade, such as HVAC, can be successful and financially rewarding.”

April 11, 2024

A quote by:  Brian Sullivan, Assistant Professor of Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology, New England Institute of Technology The United States needs more skilled tradespeople, particularly in the HVAC workforce. Part of the reason is demographics: as the Baby Boomers retire, there are fewer Millennials and Zoomers to replace them, and the number of […]

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New Program Launching

March 25, 2024

President of WE, Beth Tocco, recently announced the creation of an exciting new Mentorship Program. “We are thrilled to announce the creation of an inspirational new Women in Energy Mentorship Program!  And we are thrilled that member, Pam Morrissey, Cargas, is spearheading this program.”  You can learn more about it by visiting this page on […]

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Hot off the Press – Read all About it!

March 19, 2024

The Spring Edition of our Newsletter, Connect and Empower is available to view.  We hope you enjoy looking back to 2023.  It is wonderful to see the many faces of our Organization!  Let’s make more memories in 2024. To view the newsletter, just click on the image.        

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Women in Energy Welcomes a New Gold Corporate Member – EBI

February 27, 2024

Critical Electrical Asset Life Extension: How Electrical Builders, Inc. (EBI) is Helping Power Plants Avoid Failures & Improve Overall Performance With over half a century of experience in the power generation services industry; women, family, and veteran-owned Electrical Builders, Inc. (EBI) has established themselves as the Nation’s premier metal enclosed electrical bus duct services contractor […]

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Women in Energy Announces New Board and More

October 31, 2023

  Connecting and Empowering Women in the Energy Industry Women in Energy hosted its Annual Conference in Hershey, PA, September 20-22, 2023. The event featured an empowering program filled with education, networking, and tabletop displays. We want to thank our major sponsors – Utilities Employees Credit Union, ADD Systems, Beckett, FW Webb, National Grid, Saul-Ewing, […]

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Our Proposed 2023-2025 Board

July 21, 2023

According to our By-Laws, this posting serves as notice of our Proposed Board.  These women will be elected and sworn in at our Annual Meeting to be held at Hershey Lodge, Hershey, PA, Wednesday, September 20, 2023   Slate of Officers for 2023-2025 President:  Beth Tocco, Tevis Energy Senior Vice President:  Liz Hill, Primedia Vice […]

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Job Description

July 20, 2023

  Job Description for the Part-time Executive Director The Executive Director for Women in Energy reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission of connecting and empowering women working in the energy industry. General Responsibilities: Help plan a long-range strategy which achieves the mission of the […]

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Thank you U. S. Boiler for Promoting E-Learning

July 8, 2023

Women in Energy Grows, Expands Learning Opportunities June 22, 2023 In the six years since its inception, Women in Energy (WE) has grown rapidly, providing women a variety of opportunities to strengthen their skillset and knowledge base as it relates to their careers in the energy, heating and cooling industries.  The organization now has 500 […]

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