The networking platform, Greek Energy Group of North America (GEG), was recently created and calls on members to actively advocate business relationships within.
GEG would like to include all energy professionals, faculty, and students, with Greek roots to join its Group. The requirements for membership are professionals and students of Greek descent who are involved in energy works, research or studies in North America.
The main pillars of GEG are to enrich the knowledge of the members of the group with respect to the energy industry, mentor young professionals or students in their effort for a successful energy career, partner with local institutions, universities and research centers with discussions or lectures on energy related topics, connect members to the newly emerging developments in Greece, Cyprus and in the South-East Mediterranean Energy Corridor, and to promote the collaboration of Greek educational institutions with the energy industry, according to the Greek Embassy in Washington, D.C.
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