Webinar Wednesdays


Late 2018, Women in Energy began hosting Webinar Wednesdays.  Each webinar begins at 12:15 pm and lasts for 30-45 minutes.  So grab your lunch, join fellow members and tune into one of our webinars.  All our webinars are presented by our Corporate and Individual members and other industry experts.

Most employees have been overwhelmed with online presentations during the pandemic – whether helping their children learn, work, family events and more.  But beginning November 2021, we’ll start-up our regular webinars.

Our Members have access to all of our recorded webinars, including our 2021 Virtual Conference and other industry events.  They are located in the Member Section of our website.  To access this section, click on the Member Area tab.  You will be brought to a request for your username and password.  Your username is the e-mail you used to set-up your membership.

Keep checking back because our schedule is routinely updated.

Tackling the Need for Energy Employees
Dec 1 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Our guest is Colleen McCauley, Community Energy Education Foundation – www.CEEF.org

This organization is doing some great things with young people.  Hear from her directly.  This event may evolve into a panel discussion so stay tuned.

To advance register, click here.

Residential/Commercial Heating & Cooling101
Dec 8 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

This is the first of several intros to the Energy Industry. These sessions are ideal for those just entering the Energy Industry. CSR’s will benefit as well as sales professionals. We will cover energies provided by fossil fuels as well as green energies.

Robert O’Brien, Technical Heating, will be presenting this special webinar about Residential and Commercial Heating and Cooling. Bob began as an entry level service technician with a local burner service company and prior to owning his own company, he was the general manager of a small retail fuel oil dealer. He has been president of Technical Heating, since 1988 and his main focus is on the sales and installation of high efficiency systems. Bob holds certifications in NATE, NORA Gold, NORA Tank, Suffolk County Plumbing and Electrical Licenses.

What you can expect to learn:

The difference between a boiler and furnace?
What does each have in common?
How is the heat or cooling distributed?
How do you control the heat or cooling?
Is it a one size fits all product?
Meaning of BTU’s and why is this important

To register for this webinar, click here.

Knowing the Facts about SS-Medicare
Dec 15 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Jay Guyer, Certified Financial Planner with Janney, Montgomery Scott will be presenting this important topic. Whether you are nearing retirement or wanting to speak with your parents about important financial issues join us. Our goal is to host a 2 part webinar that covers other issues such as , long-term care insurance, in-home care vs. residences and finding the best fit, how to balance work and caregiving, etc.

You can expect to learn:
Social Security:

• Where do Social Security benefits fit in my retirement planning?
• What benefits might I expect?
• When should I start receiving benefits?
• Can I work and collect benefits?
• Are Social Security benefits taxable?
• How do I apply?


• Original Medicare, Parts A, B, & D
• Cost of coverage
• What is covered/not-covered
• Medicare Advantage Plans (C)
• Medicare Supplements (Medigap)

A little about the presenter:

Mr. Guyer has more than 30 years of experience in the financial-services industry. He joined
Janney from M&T Bank/Wilmington Trust, where he served as a Senior Financial Planner
supporting their Western Pennsylvania and New York branches.
Prior to M&T Bank, he spent time as the Director of Financial Planning with Omega Bank in
State College, PA. He also served as a Financial Planner with The Vanguard Group.

To Register for this webinar, click here.

Introduction to Solar Energy
Jan 12 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Our mission is to connect and empower women working in the energy industry. We do this by providing career resources, creating networking and mentoring opportunities, promoting educational courses, and developing strategies to minimize obstacles women may face in the industry.

Our presenter, Bill Spohn is an “energy guy”. He is the President/CEO/Co-Owner of TruTech Tools and Host of Building HVAC Science & RESTalk podcasts. Solar is one of a number of energy sources and his session will give you good view of where we are with solar and what is to come.  To advance register for this webinar, click here.

Geothermal 101
Jan 19 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Join us for another intro session – this time Geothermal. Our speaker is Jay Egg, Egg GEO

To register for this webinar, click here.