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Per the latest CDC guidelines which recommend no groups larger than 10, until further notice EUCI is moving all courses to ONLINE ONLY. Some large events, such as our annual conferences, are being postponed to later in the year. Be assured that we will continue to closely monitor the situation following guidelines and recommendations made by national and Colorado authorities. We take this issue seriously and will ensure the most prudent measures to protect the health and safety of all attendees.

If you are experiencing travel restrictions or are concerned about the Coronavirus, please see EUCI’s response to this situation here: https://www.euci.com/coronavirus-response

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Coronavirus pandemic rattles energy markets from oil to wind to energy storage

Energize Weekly, April 22, 2020 Pandemic and recession are rippling through almost every corner of the energy sector from oil companies to wind, solar and energy storage manufacturers. “Over half the world’s population is now under lockdown, as demand for power drops and the risk of global recession grows,” according energy consultant Wood Mackenzie. “A ‘return to normal’ will be

COVID-19 drives down electricity demand, puts renewable projects and balance sheets at risk

Energize Weekly, April 15, 2020 The impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on electricity demand in the U.S. and on the utility industry is becoming clearer with lower loads, changing peak demands, more emphasis on renewable generation and emerging financial risks. U.S. power usage is set to drop more steeply in 2020 than in any year at least over the

NRC to grant waivers for work-hour limits at nuclear units to meet pandemic staffing needs

Energize Weekly, April 8, 2020 Faced with the risk of not being able to meet the rigorous staffing requirement for operating nuclear power plants during the ongoing pandemic, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) said it is prepared to grant exemptions from work-hour controls. The NRC in a March 28 letter to the industry trade group, the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI),

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