Asia, Africa, Latin America & the Caribbean: Utility Emergency Preparedness - Mitigating the Impacts of a Global Pandemic

At a time in the world when countries are desperately seeking a cure and are trying to stem the spread of COVID-19, not only has society’s daily routine been transformed, but the electric industry’s as well.  Patterns of energy demand that have been largely predictable are now turned on their heads. In addition, social distancing has led to lower energy demand, impacting revenue streams and shifting load curves, potentially impacting long term contracts.  How are utilities addressing this new “normal” and what strategies are they putting in place to be more resilient and to handle such emergencies in the future?

Please join us for a webinar on how utilities and energy companies are addressing the issues of COVID-19 and meeting the dynamic needs of the power sector during a global pandemic.

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Please send questions to [email protected].

This webinar is supported by a cooperative agreement with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

U.S. Agency for International Development


Mark Kellaher

Design Phase Manager – Energy Storage

Tracey Evers

Vice President of Strategy and Business Development
Tetra Tech Inc. Power

Jim Hicks

Energy Consultant
Mott MacDonald

Jeff Haeni

Acting Deputy Assistant Administrator
U.S. Agency for International Development

Paul Sabella

Director of Enterprise Resilience
Southern Company

Harry Sideris

Senior Vice President, Customer Experience and Services
Duke Energy