On Monday, February 6th, the "Young Women in Energy" workshop took place at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER). The workshop aimed to raise awareness of the EU principles, particularly regarding the gender equality and non-discrimination, in the field of energy. The workshop was moderated by Petra Miljan, a member of the USBSE project team, who provided a brief presentation on the current status of women in the field of energy and STEM. Five accomplished young energy experts, Petra Sagrestano Štambuk (HOPS Croatian Transmission System Operator Plc.), Martina Vajdić (CROATIAN POWER EXCHANGE Ltd. (CROPEX)), Andreja Lončarek Rajšl (HEP), Petra Mesarić, Ph.D. (Smartway), and Sonja Ravlić Begić (Ravel) shared their experiences and participated in the panel discussion titled "Young Women in Energy."
The "Young Women in Energy" workshop was held as part of the Connected Stationary Battery Energy Storage - USBSE project and was attended by over 50 participants.
More info on the workshop can be found here.