‘Coronavirus could have a knock-on effect on energy sector and environment’

Philip Thomas, Professor of Risk Management at Bristol University, spoke to FNZ about the potential implications of the pandemic

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The coronavirus lockdown has caused an inevitable shift in energy demand and this could have “a large knock-on effect” on energy suppliers.

That’s the suggestion from Philip Thomas, Professor of Risk Management at Bristol University, who spoke to future Net Zero about the environmental impacts of the coronavirus lockdown which be believes will not allow the UK to “afford to maintain all the environmental protection measures that we wish to put in place.”