The Energy Bar Association’s Southern Chapter and the Public Utility Research Center at the University of Florida together present a three-session webinar taking place each Monday starting on June 29, 2020. The webinars will feature different panels discussing lessons and challenges of the post-pandemic energy section.
- June 29th - Webinar 1: How have the pandemic and government responses to it affected utility financials? How are companies managing liquidity, investment and maintenance? What is Wall Street’s perspective?
- July 6th - Webinar 2: How has the pandemic affected customers short term and long term? How will the pandemic affect industry structure? What types of companies will have thrived and what types will not be around anymore? Did restructured markets fare differently from vertically integrated markets? What has happened to innovation?
- July 13th - Webinar 3: What are the largest regulatory challenges? How have regulators responded to the pandemic and are their lessons learned? What ratemaking systems seem to perform best? Will the pandemic change regulation for the future?
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