Energy Demand During the Pandemic is at a New Low

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, energy demand across the globe is hitting new lows. According to a new International Energy Agency report, energy demand is projected to drop by 6 percent in 2020, which is the most significant dip in recorded human history.

On this Business Casual segment, hosts Daniel Litwin, Tyler Kern and Taylor Bagley break down…

  • The charts that highlight the most drastic effects of COVID-19 on energy demand
  • The unintended ways the globe is hitting climate benchmarks to curb global warming
  • Which fuel sources are most heavily impacted
  • Whether this will have long-term impacts on energy consumption, passively or structurally

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