With lockdowns and restrictions on movement changing the way we travel, work and entertain ourselves, the Covid-19 crisis has had dramatic impacts on the energy system: In 2020 the IEA estimates primary energy demand fell by around 5%. What, if anything, do these changes this mean for future energy demand? Could any of these be permanent or will we soon see a ‘rebound’ in energy demand as people revert to business as usual? To discuss these questions and more, Users TCP, in collaboration with the European Copper Institute, is hosting an interactive webinar. Jeremy Sung will present the IEA’s latest analysis on Covid-19 related behaviour changes from two IEA reports: Energy Efficiency 2020 and the World Energy Outlook 2020. Following this, David Shipworth, Chair of the Users TCP, will host a discussion with Linda Steg from the University of Groningen, Netherlands, covering topics such as if changes observed in 2020 could comprise a ‘new normal’, which changes might be more preferable than others, and what the policy implications might be. Audience members will also be invited to submit questions for discussion.