Reductions in electricity demand and economic activity in US and Europe to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic will change the landscape for current power markets and could challenge the rapidly expanding green electricity segment.
S&P Global analysts from Platts, Market Intelligence and Ratings hosted a webinar on an early review of implications for power markets, the energy transition and the credit quality for power generators.
Hear our analysts cover the discussion points below:
Date: Tuesday, 9 June, 2020
Duration: 1 hour
- What is the medium-term outlook for a power price recovery in Europe and the U.S.?
- How do falling spark spreads impact credit quality in the U.S. merchant power sector?
- What are the issues for US regulated utilities?
- What are the medium-term credit implications for European power generators/utilities?
- What does Covid-19 mean for renewables’ growth and the energy transition?
- Will stimulus packages provide momentum to the energy transition?
Pierre Georges, Senior Director, EMEA Utilities, S&P Global Ratings
Aneesh Prabhu, Senior Director, North American Power, S&P Global Ratings
Obioma Ugboaja, Director, North American Utilities, S&P Global Ratings
Roman Kramarchuk, Head of Energy Scenarios, S&P Global Platts Analytics
Bruno Brunetti, Head of Global Power Planning, S&P Global Platts Analytics
Manan Ahuja, North American Power Analytics, S&P Global Platts Analytics
Glenn Rickson, European Power Analytics, S&P Global Platts Analytics
Steve Piper, Research Director, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Trevor d’Olier-Lees, Senior Director, Power, S&P Global Ratings