Top 20 utilities worldwide for women leaders

EY ranked the top 100 global utilities to determine who vested the most decision-making power in their women leaders. Scores were awarded to each company based on the number of women in leadership positions. EY’s methodology gave the highest weightings to executive board positions, followed by senior management teams, non-executive board positions, and heads of business units (generation, networks, trading and retail) in that order.

Based on the  findings, the top 20 utilities worldwide for gender diversity were:

1.         Duke Energy Corp., U.S. (Score: 7.04)

2.         Sempra Energy, U.S. (Score 6.40)

3.         Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd, South Africa (Score 5.75)

4.         Alpiq Holding AG, Switzerland (Score 5.00)

5.         Tenaga Nasional Berhard, Malaysia (Score 3.80)

6.         China Resources Power Holdings Co. Ltd., Hong Kong (3.28)

7.         Centrica plc, U.K. (Score 3.13)

8.         Hokkaido Electric Power Co. Inc., Japan (Score 3.00)

9.         Origin Energy Ltd., Australia (Score 2.93)

10.       Hydro-Quàƒ©bec, Canada (Score 2.81)

11.       National Grid plc, U.K. (Score 2.46)

12.       Fortum Oyj, Finland (Score 2.29)

13.       PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna Apolka Akcynja, Poland (Score 2.29)

14.       Consolidated Edison Inc., U.S. (Score 2.00)

15.       Dominion Resources Inc., U.S. (Score 1.97)

16.       Statkraft, Norway (Score 1.90)

17.       GDF Suez S.A., France (Score 1.84)

18.       Acciona SA, Spain (1.82)

19.       Tennessee Valley Authority, U.S. (Score 1.80)

20.       Singapore Power Ltd, Singapore (Score 1.73)

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  • The Clarion Energy Content Team is made up of editors from various publications, including POWERGRID International, Power Engineering, Renewable Energy World, Hydro Review, Smart Energy International, and Power Engineering International. Contact the content lead for this publication at Jennifer.Runyon@ClarionEvents.com.

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