WIEN THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

WIEN is keen on recognize its individual corporate members that contribute significantly to shaping the energy space, not just through their actions, activities and wealth of experience, but also through their ability to drive thought leadership at the highest level.

The aim for WIEN Though leadership space is to become a hub and reservoir of knowledge and cutting-edge insights not just on gender issues facing the industry in Nigeria, Africa and globally, but on industry dynamics itself.

The African Academy of Sciences

Women in STEM Report: Factors which Contribute to or inhibit Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and mathematics in Africa

The united Nations has adopted an ambitious agenda for sustainable development expected to be accomplished by member countries by the year 2030. This report is the result of a survey response by several women in STEM and policy experts involved in data collection from across African institutions with the objectives of identifying the challenges and opportunities for women in STEM in Africa, document experiences of women in STEM and recommend ways of closing gaps.

EY Oil and Gas Insights

COVID-19 and its Implications on the Oil and Gas Industry in Nigeria

This report by EY oil and Gas about building resilience in the New Normal, providing key insights and recommendation based on a webinar held by EY on how market players in the oil and gas industry can build resilience in preparation for the new normal

CrossBoundary Group Insights

Targeting COVID-19 Relief: How Data Analytics is Bringing Solar Energy to the Communities that Need it Most

This is an article from a WIEN member, Nneka Chime, Principal CrossBoundary Group and her colleagues Jane Dougherty and Efe Braimah, senior associates at the CrossBoundary Group, on supporting Lagos State to use geospatial analytics to identify vulnerable communities for off grid solar distribution.