Sharing Knowledge on Electrical Energy Industry's First Response to COVID-19

Posted:
01 May 2020
Authors:
Aleksi Paaso, Shay Bahramirad, Jef Beerten, Emanuel Bernabeu, Bill Chiu, Babak Enayati, Bill Hederman, Lawrence Jones, Yu Jun, Herman Koch, Juan Carlos Montero, Nirmal Nair, Damir Novosel, Thomas Pierpoint, Farnoosh Rahmatian, Julio Romero Aguero, Chris Root, Dean Sharafi, Enrique Tejera, Vijay Vittal
Primary Committee:
Industry Technical Support Leadership Committee (ITSLC)
Sponsored by:
Industry Technical Support Leadership Committee (ITSLC)
Chair:
Aleksi Paaso - ComEd, Technical Co-Chair of IEEE PES 2020 T&D Conference
Session Type:
White Paper
Page/Slide Count:
Pages: 52
Electric utilities and system operators have overcome the issues associated with COVID-19 to provide safe and reliable power to communities. The steps taken by industry stakeholders to protect employees' and customers' health, while keeping the lights on, required significant innovations. This document, prepared by IEEE PES Industry Technical Support Leadership Committee (ITSLC), represents a collection of the experiences faced by and practices implemented by a number of utilities and system operators across the globe to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has shown us how now, more than ever, reliable, resilient, and cost-effective delivery of electrical energy is a necessity for the society to cope with any crisis.
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