The report outlines a number of short-term risks such as ensuring energy supply to vulnerable customers and availability of specialised energy workers and longer-term challenges like the reliability of critical supply chains, and the impact of delays of postponing maintenance. The report also provides a range of 20 good practices to deal with these risks such as the importance of establishing business continuity and contingency plans, and cross border assistance, cooperation and training for operators.
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