COVID-19: A collection of resources

This year has seen Governments, businesses and industries coming to terms with the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.

The arrival of the pandemic shook the energy market across the value chain. Throughout, our experts have provided the industry with coverage of how COVID-19 has impacted the energy market.

We analysed and commented on the latest news in the wholesale and retail markets, regulation and policy and more, through our complimentary blogs, podcasts, ‘Charts of the week’ and ‘Energy Market Watch’. We saved our most in-depth insight and data analysis for our paid webinars which are still available for purchase as a recording.

To make things easy, we have pooled together all our COVID-19 resources mentioned above from March to August 2020. To access these resources please click the ‘Download here’ button, enter your name and email to receive the collection in your inbox.

If you are interested in more of our insight, we can offer a free trial of our flagship publication ‘Energy Spectrum and the Daily Bulletin’. Contact Veronica Truman on 01603 542175 to find out more.

Alternatively, please contact Bertie Bagge on 07884 177274 to talk about your requirements.

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