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2020 SPEAKER SERIES

Adding Resilience to the Energy Equation

Thursday, October 22, 2020 from 10:30 AM – Noon

The Electric Infrastructure Security Council identifies a “Black Sky Hazard” as a catastrophic event that severely disrupts the normal functioning of critical infrastructures in multiple regions for long durations which occur as a result of climate events, cyber terrorism, EMP, or super-storms. Communities, campuses, and companies need to get in front of the train with disaster preparedness to ensure resilience, and energy supply is a critical component of this planning. What does the planning process entail? What expertise and investment will be required, who are the strategic partners in project development, and how will government provide support?

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MODERATOR

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Annika Moman

Senior Vice President
AECOM
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PANELISTS

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Brandon Bowser

CHP & Energy Resilience Program Manager
Maryland Energy Administration
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Senator Sarah Elfreth

District 30, Maryland General Assembly and Maryland Senate Budget & Tax Committee
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Pranay Kohli

CEO
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