Impacts of COVID-19 on the Water & Energy Sector [Webinar]

Impacts of COVID-19 on the Water & Energy Sector

Impacts of COVID-19 on the Water & Energy Sector [Webinar]

By: JKMuir

COVID-19 has impacted every sector, including the wastewater industry. The wastewater industry is familiar with rapidly changing and unexpected situations from storms and weather conditions and now flow variations associated with the global pandemic and the accompanied dramatic changes to business and residential activity. This on-demand webinar uses data to analyze how the wastewater industry was affected by the COVID-19 quarantine period, using the current and historic trends of flow and electrical usage and demand collected from regional wastewater facilities.

In approximately 30 minutes, Megan Whitesell and Chelsea Conlon at JKMuir explore an analysis of the shifts in diurnal flow patterns for the North Eastern United States in addition to the energy usage and cost implications. The impact of the stay-at-home orders and business shutdowns on New England’s energy grid and demand profile are also discussed as well as strategies for evaluating flow and energy usage data from the Spring of 2020. The atypical data presented may be used for informed decision-making for future planning and design.

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