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COVID-19 Impact to Customers and Load Demand

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Executive Director / Principal Advisor, Maxwood Solutions

Executive Director / Principal Advisor and Founder of Maxwood Solutions, a Minority / SDVOSB (Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business) serving the U.S. in providing Resilience and Incident...

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  • Apr 20, 2020

When building a proper incident response or resilience plan, impact to customers and load demand as result of an incident must always be taken into consideration and planned for.


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Matt Chester on Apr 20, 2020

How do you think the data gathered of these new load curves may affect utility planning in the future? Will it open up new possibilities, maybe even beyond just planning for similar emergency situations?

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