COVID-19 And The Electric Power Sector

Date: March 31, 2020


COVID-19 and the Electric Power Sector: Long-term supply chain and risk implications

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to take shape globally, companies across virtually all industries--including Energy--are acting to ensure success now and in the future. This webinar hosted by Edison Electric Institute will discuss the impact that the coronavirus will have on the supply chain and risk functions of the global Energy sector, including utilities, oil & gas, as well as the broader transition to renewables. Attendees will learn how to assess the current situation, develop strategies to ensure long-term success, and mitigate risks to recover as well as remain competitive.

Program Agenda

  • Panelist Introductions
  • Overview of Current COVID-19 Situation - Healthcare and Energy Perspectives
  • Impact on the Global Energy Sector
  • Impact on the Utility Supply Chain
  • Impact on Electric Vehicle and the Broader Automotive Supply Chain
  • Impact on Mining (batteries and storage)
  • Summary of Key Themes and What Recovery Means
  • Q&A Session

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