The Coronavirus Fallout

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By Stephen Lacey and Greentech Media. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

This week: how coronavirus could accelerate or decelerate the energy transition.

We’re facing an oil shock amid a pandemic, supply chains are still in disarray, economic gears are grinding to a near halt, and countries are scrambling to put stimulus packages in place. How will this shape the energy system?

We’re going to break the conversation into three parts: the impact on fossil fuels and renewables; long-term prospects for decarbonization; and a blueprint for a low-carbon stimulus.

Where will the money go when this is all over? Could clean energy have the advantage over fossil energy from investors and governments?

Recommended reading:

  • GTM: Could the Oil Price Collapse Drive More $$ Into Renewables
  • GTM: For Wind and Solar Sectors, Biggest Coronavirus Risk May Be a Damaged Economy
  • Business Insider: Coronavirus Stunts Clean Energy Growth
  • WSJ: Oil Markets Point to Lasting Glut of Crude
  • WSJ: Oil Drop Takes Down Hedge Fund
  • OilPrice.com: Oil Price Crash Continues Despite $1.5 Trillion Fed Intervention
  • OilPrice.com: Morgan Stanley Expects Net Zero Demand Growth in China
  • E&ENews: The Oil Crash and Climate: What to Know
  • E&ENews: Green Energy's $10T Revolution Faces Oil Crash Test
  • E&ENews: Senate GOP Eyes Energy Aid in Response to Market Fallout

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