The discussion with respect to infrastructure investment has been punctuated by calls for more resources to be made available to close the “financial gap” between the current global levels of investment compared with the estimated global need.
Systemic uplift in the levels of investment must happen to drive global economic growth, innovation and energy security. The pandemic has caused an array of new challenges for every nation’s energy sector, with utilities and operators of critical infrastructure working to keep the lights on, homes heated, and fuel moving—all while confronting their own workforce and operational limitations.
Ministries, utilities, IPPs, municipalities, regulators and financiers need to work together to ensure the continuation of these critical services and to make sure maintenance issues are resolved ,which becomes much more difficult during a pandemic.
Join us and other experts in this webinar, and learn how the energy sector is planning to finance strategic infrastructure maintenance, the biggest challenges they are facing in accomplishing this and the role key energy actors and financiers are playing in preparing for and facilitating this vital work.