Mostly virtual with a 2-day in-person workshop
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) with support of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Energy Resources (State ENR) Power Sector Program (PSP) and Japan-U.S.-Mekong Power Partnership (JUMPP), is organizing a 6-month-long technical and professional development program for women power engineers from Southeast Asia with interest in renewable energy.
This event will provide a unique opportunity to:
June – November
Background: The State ENR PSP provides technical and regulatory support to the Clean Enhancing Development and Growth through Energy (EDGE) Asia initiative and the Japan-United States Mekong Power Partnership. Under PSP, PNNL delivers technical and analytic support to countries in Southeast Asian in modeling and simulation capabilities, analytic support, and training, including for increased penetration of variable renewable and distributed energy resources.
JOIN US! Early-and mid-career women engineers in the power industry, including graduate students with interest in renewable energy, from Vietnam, Lao PDR, Cambodia, and Thailand are invited to apply for the program for learning, mentoring, and networking opportunities. No registration fees or costs. Cost of travel will be covered through the program. Limited seats!
WHY PNNL? PNNL is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratory. PNNL’s main campus is located in Richland, Washington, USA. PNNL is taking on the toughest challenges presented by grid modernization, helping to redefine the modern grid for the 21st century. Key research areas include grid architecture, transmission and distribution system analysis and innovation, advanced data analytics, renewable energy integration, energy storage, cybersecurity, and grid-related emergency response. PNNL is committed to fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion among our staff and in the community.
|Alka Singh, Electrical Engineer, PNNL
|Malini Ghosal, Electrical Engineer, PNNL