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Fem'Energia 2013 award Ceremony 2013-12-15 Anne-Marie Birac 0

The 5th Fem'Energia award ceremony took place in Paris on 12 December.

The dynamism and the enthousiasm of all the laureates (see the list below) and nominees is very strong.


  1. Women working in the nuclear industry in Europe: Dorina Zotica
  2. Women working in the nuclear industry in France: Carole Badenchini


  • Vocational secondary school students*: Hasnae Djaith
  • Graduate students with 2 or 3 years of higher education*: Carole Metayer
  • Post graduate students with 4 or 5 years and more of higher education*: Anne-Perrine Avrin

The Fem’Energia Award features young women and women who promote gender development in their commitment for the nuclear sector. WiN France, WiN Europe and EDF are convinced that the nuclear jobs are often wrongly mistaken as “men’s job”. The nuclear field would benefit by welcoming more women in its sector. By pointing up remarkable women since 2009, the Fem’Energia Award promote the place of women in the nuclear field by showing the ones who have scientific, technical and nuclear technology posts. Thus, its goal is to attract young women and consolidate their choice of working in nuclear.

This award is dedicated to young women attending a French high-school or university, or a woman working in the nuclear sector in the European Union and Switzerland, apply for the Fem'Energia Awards 2013.

Through the Fem'Energia Awards, WiN Europe, WiN France and EDF aim to provide encouragement and guidance to young women involved in the nuclear industry.


(*) in their final graduation year in a French school. Students from the European Union and Switzerland studying in France can apply.


Along with WiN France, WiN Europe and EdF, the partners of this awards are: Ponticelli Frères, SNEF, Assystem EOS, REEL, Kaefer)