Enerkem invited to the Clean Energy Ministerial
Clean Energy Ministerial 7 (CEM7)
Government and business leaders are gathering in San Francisco this week to collaborate on solutions that advance clean energy globally and demonstrate tangible follow-up actions to COP21 Paris Climate Agreement.
Enerkem is one of only five Canadian companies invited by the Canadian government to participate in the Clean Energy Ministerial’s Startups and Solutions Showcase, taking place in San Francisco, June 1-2.
This event features nearly 100 clean energy technologies and companies. It is running in parallel with the 7th Clean Energy Ministerial, an annual meeting of energy ministers from the 23 countries around the world and the European Commission.
For more information : Clean Energy Ministerial 7
Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E)
We are also proud to announce that under one of the long-term initiatives of the Clean Energy Ministerial, Marie-Hélène Labrie, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs and Communications at Enerkem, has been asked by the Canadian Government to act as an ambassador on the Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) women’s initiative, which focuses on closing the gender gap and increasing women’s participation and leadership in energy.
This program is led by the U.S. Department of Energy in collaboration with the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) and the Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy. The C3E ambassadors are professionals in the field of clean energy that act as models and champions for women in the industry while supporting the national efforts of C3E.
Learn more about the Clean Energy Education and Empowerment