Posts tagged with "clean energy"

Guest blogger
By Ellie Mika, Communications Assistant
How previous winners handle policy and regulatory hurdles: Winning an Ashden Award is by far not the end of the journey for our sustainable energy leaders. Winners still face many obstacles when dealing with policies and regulations within their local countries as they continue to build their organisations and programmes.
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By Max Mace, Communications team intern
Following last year’s seismic global changes and despite the uncertainty that lies ahead, it’s not all doom and gloom particularly when it comes to clean energy.
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By Ann Noon, PR and digital media manager
48 green energy organisations around the world are in the running for a prestigious sustainable energy award.
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By Rachel Kyte, CEO of SE4All
Where will clean energy be in 2024? Rachel Kyte, CEO of SE4All and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, shares her very compelling vision.
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By Will McMyn, Head of Public Affairs, Good Energy
Good Energy’s Head of Public Affairs, Will McMyn, looks at how community involvement will be key to keeping up momentum on renewables in the UK.
Julia Hawkins
By Julia Hawkins, Ashden PR and Digital Media Manager
The theme of women in energy ran through this year's Ashden Awards Week, with our social media campaign #Volts4Women reaching more than 790,000 people. To continue the theme, we decided to publish a series of interviews with some of the most inspiring women whose organisations were recognised with Ashden Awards on 22 May.