Technology Solutions & Insights: Helping Utilities Respond to a Pandemic

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Tuesday, June 9, 2020
4:00pm EDT
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We've assembled a group of thought leaders to share new concepts and best practices to navigate the challenging environment created by the COVID-19 pandemic. You'll hear from IBM, Oracle and EPRI on how they are helping utilities adapt to the "new normal" during a pandemic response.

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Carol Delillo
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Carol Delillo

Interesting to hear about the use of thermal to keep the workforce safe by knowing if there is a spike in temperature Bryan. What temperature is defined as a an unsafe temperature? Thoughts about how outages in the Residential sector need to be reprioritized as critical now that many more people are sharing the different transformers now that many more people are working from home and performing essential services from there rather than the defined Commercial work transformers.

Bryan Sacks
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Bryan Sacks

Hi Carol. It is critical for utilities to work closely with their workforce and define clear HR policies for all aspects of their COVID preparedness including privacy issues and how to handle various scenarios. For temperature monitoring as an example, our solution does not set a hard number for when to take action nor specify what action to take. The capability allows utilities to monitor their entry points for thresholds they determine to be of impact. They can then respond in a manner consistent with the HR policies they establish. For your question on the residential sector, there are a… Read more »

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