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POWERful Women (PfW) is a professional initiative to advance gender diversity within the energy sector.
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Videos and Podcasts

The POWERful Women Youtube Channel


To view all of POWERful Women’s videos and podcasts, please visit the POWERful Women Youtube Channel, set up in 2020.


Here you can find all of our interviews, conference videos, as well as a range of thought-provoking podcasts conducted by POWERful Women board members. To view our partner videos and podcasts, please scroll below.

Latest Videos

In Conversation series episode 1: 

June 2020


Louise Kingham, PfW Board Member and CEO of the Energy Institute, talks to Juliet Davenport OBE FEI, Founder and CEO of Good Energy, about leading from home during a crisis, not working with companies with all-male boards, the longterm lessons from lockdown, why data matters, and being Michael Fish.

Partner Videos



Scottish Enterprise Webinar: Diversity in the Supply Chain

15 October 2020





To find out more on the WHY but especially the HOW, check out the recording from this great webinar recently by Scottish Enterprise, which PfW partnered on. It features a great line up including:

– POWERful Women Ambassador, Aniela Foster-Turner from Siemens Gamesa, speaking about what D&I means, why it matters and the work of PfW
– Andy Horne of EDF (UK), one of our Energy Leaders’ Coalition companies, who shared their great work on rolling out diversity and inclusion into their supply chain – with lots of practical advice for other companies to consider.


Watch the video recording here

Equal Lives:  the link between equal opportunities in the workplace and equal opportunities at home

18 November 2019

This International Men’s Day, check out this brilliant film from the Equal Lives campaign on how employers support men with caring responsibilities.  Equal Lives is a ground-breaking research project from Business in the Community in partnership with Santander UK. They want to identify how addressing this issue can also advance women’s equality – both in work and at home. #EqualLives


Watch the video here

Partner Podcasts

DIAL Global Diverse and Inclusive Leaders Podcast: EP with Adriènne Kelbie



Leila from DIAL Global is joined by Adriènne Kelbie – Chief Executive at Office for Nuclear Regulation, Board Trustee of CareTech Charitable Foundation, Ambassador at POWERful Women and Patron – Women in Nuclear at the Nuclear Institute.


Watch the video by clicking here.

The Leaders With Babies Podcast

“Too often, ambitious men and women feel they must choose between pursuing a leadership career they love and enjoying their young family. It doesn’t have to be this way.”

Leaders Plus, the award-winning social enterprise, has launched a brand new podcast for leaders with babies, giving new parents access to a diverse range of role models, inspiration and practical support. In the series CEO and Founder Verena Hefti interviews inspiring leaders from all walks of life who have successfully combined a leadership career with raising a young family.

You can listen or subscribe to the series here.

The Future of Business Energy: Women in energy

30 September 2019

The way we generate and use energy is changing. What kind of leadership do we need to future-proof our sector? How do we actively include women in the energy transition to ensure that we can meet the challenges and maximise the opportunities that lie ahead? And how can aspiring women equip themselves to play a part, all the way up to the boardroom?

These questions – originally posed by POWERful Women at our May Annual Conference – are once again addressed by three leading female players in the energy sector in NPower’s great new podcast series ‘The Future of Business Energy’. Grab a cuppa and have a listen to the inspiring words of Kate Derrick, Jaz Rabadia MBE and Giulia Usai in conversation with Julie-Anna Needham.

Listen to the podcast here.