Celebrating and advancing diversity and inclusion in utilities

Shine a spotlight on the phenomenal women in your organisation with the inaugural Women in Utilities Awards brought to you by the Womens Utilities Network (WUN) and in association with utilities' most trusted source of insight - Utility Week, this awards scheme is a pioneering tribute to the remarkable achievements of women in the utilities sector and the organisations and individuals that champion them.

Whether it's you stepping into the limelight or nominating a deserving colleague, this is an opportunity to honour achievements, break barriers, and shape the narrative of women in utilities.

Why enter

PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT:


Elevate your profile or the profile of a colleague. The awards are a testament to
dedication, expertise,
and commitment to delivering exceptional
results.

INSPIRE ACTION:

Serve as an inspiration to women in the industry by
contributing to a
culture that values and celebrates the
success of women in traditionally male dominated fields.

A YEAR OF
POSITIVE PR:


Gain exposure among thousands of utilities professionals.
The awards provide a platform to showcase your achievements
and open new doors.

ORGANISATIONAL
PRESTIGE:


Boost the reputation of your organisation
by showcasing the talent, innovation, and leadership of women across all functions of
the business.

CHAMPION
PROGRESS:


Inspire others and contribute to the industry’s continuous
improvement
.


“While great progress has been made, it’s eye opening that women make up only 26% of the workforce in energy and utilities. These awards provide a unique platform for the industry to showcase its commitment to gender diversity; celebrate the great women working in utilities today; and open the door for those who will come after them.”

- Ellen Bennett, Portfolio Director, Utility Week

Maximise your chances of creating an

award-winning entry:

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The support I’ve received from WUN has been fantastic – the events they hold and the community they have created fuels my ambition to drive positive change in the utilities sector.”

- Heidi Knapton, Head of Customer Operations, South Staffs and Cambridge Water

BROUGHT TO YOU BY:

The Womens Utilities Network (WUN) is a community of women in utilities who connect, support, develop and encourage one another. www.thewun.co.uk

IN ASSOCIATION WITH:

Utility Week provides news, analysis, and live events and networking opportunities to empower utilities in a dynamic industry. www.utilityweek.co.uk