According to the International Energy Agency, the coronavirus pandemic has led to the largest decline of global energy investment in history, with potentially serious implications for energy security and clean energy transitions. The dramatic drop in energy demand has left companies, and governments, with the complex task of developing contingency plans for coping with the turmoil whilst positioning themselves take advantage of opportunities once the Covid pandemic is behind us.
On July 8th The Energy Roundtable’s virtual event on Power & Utilities provided a detailed review of the changes brought about by Covid 19 and the implications for power and utility markets in Canada.
|11:00 am||Welcome by John Wabb, Canadian Union of Skilled Workers|
|Session Chair: Thomas Timmins, Partner; Leader, Energy Sector Group (Canada) Gowling WLG|
|11:10 am||Panel discussion|
|11:55 am||Q & A|
|12:20 pm||Close by Jason Langrish, President, The Energy Roundtable|