Championing Women in Energy Efficiency
For years women have been underrepresented in the energy efficiency industry. Despite this, hundreds of our female members go to work each day, conducting assessments, giving advice and playing their part in making tenants' lives better and helping to fight climate change.
That's why we're championing our female members to highlight their stories and successes and encourage more women to join the industry!
Working across the industry...
From Retrofit Coordinators and Domestic Energy Assessors (DEAs) to Non-Domestic Energy Assessors (NDEAs) and On Construction Domestic Energy Assessors (OCDEAs), you can find women working in every role across the energy assessment industry. Read our members' stories below to find out what it's like to work in these roles and why they believe being a woman is a benefit!
Join the Women in Energy Efficiency
Elmhurst has created the industry's first Women in Energy Efficiency Facebook Group, where you can network with other women, ask questions and share information.JOIN HERE >
Register your interest for the first Women's Forum
Do you often find that you're the only woman on a training course?
Register your interest in our Women’s Forum, which we plan on running twice a year (online) for you to network with other women, make connections and discuss hot topics in the industry.REGISTER INTEREST >
Personal Safety and Lone Working
You should always be mindful about personal safety when working on your own. We've shared some advice on how to keep safe, with links to personal safety apps, from the Suzy Lamplugh Trust website.READ MORE >