Category: Women in Energy

Dylan Green CEO recognized as Women in Cleantech & Sustainability’s Member of the Month

“Exclusion does not lead to inclusion – I don’t want to exclude white males, I just want to provide a rainbow of profiles.” – Catherine McLean Catherine McLean, CEO and Founder of Dylan Green, was recently recognized as Women in Cleantech and Sustainability’s (WCS) May 2021 Member of the Month as a result of her…
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50% Commitment Update Video #2

I’m excited to announce that 1 year after we made the 50% commitment, we’ve placed 57.5% women in 2020! Always maintaining an intersectional lens, we ensured that at least half of these women were Black or Indigenous people of color, LGBTQ, or have other marginalized identities. We need to continue hiring diverse candidates in clean…
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Dylan Green announces commitment to 50% female candidates for all jobs

Dylan Green has announced it will commit to sending at least 50% female candidates for every job they are working on. One of the challenges facing diversity and inclusion in the energy industry is the continued disadvantage women experience in regard to being provided adequate access to employment and industry trends.  Having clear access to…
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Diversity challenges within the solar industry

As the renewable energy market continues to grow, solar jobs are rising rapidly, with a number of new opportunities emerging from installation through management. Kerene Taylor of nonprofit organization WE ACT for Environmental Justice, explains that there are multiple opportunities available in the solar market, but, unfortunately, diversity within the industry isn’t reflective of our…
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women in energy

How to retain top women talent at the highest level

Despite rising efforts and increased recognition of the benefits of diversity in the workplace, the number of women working in energy, particularly at the senior level, continues to remain considerably low. A recent report by S&P Global highlights that if women entered and remained in the workforce at a similar rate as witnessed in Norway,…
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