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Recording: 2020 Webinar Series: How Has the Pandemic Affected Customers Short Term and Long Term
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The Energy Bar Association's Southern Chapter and the Public Utility Research Center at the University of Florida present a three-panel webinar series taking place each Monday for three weeks starting Monday, June 29, 2020. Each Monday will feature a different panel to discuss the lesson and challenges of the post-pandemic energy sector.

On this panel, you will hear about the steps taken by a Regional Transmission Organization in the face of this pandemic, as well as the impacts on utility load, and how to keep the lights on.  The focus is on the customers and on the balance sheet.  Also, there is some discussion of restructured entities and of vertically-integrated utilities and different effects.  Lisa Edgar, former President of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners and former Chair of the Florida Public Service Commission, chairs the panel.  Asim Haque of PJM, Joy Ditto of the American Public Power Association and Ted Kury of the Public  Utility Research Center of the University of Florida offer their insights.

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?


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ModeratorLisa Edgar, Levin College of Law, University of Florida

Panelists:

  • Joy DittoPresident and CEO, American Public Power Association 
  • Asim HaqueVice President - State and Member Services, PJM Interconnection 
  • Ted KuryDirector of Energy Studies, Public Utility Research Center (PURC) at the University of Florida