With headquarters in New York City, one of the COVID-19 epicenters, we saw the pandemic unfold firsthand. On March 1st, the first COVID-19 case was detected in the state of New York; by March 7th, the New York Governor had declared a state of emergency. On March 11th, the NBA and other notable businesses announced they were suspending operations, and we allowed the majority of our corporate staff across our offices to begin working from home until further notice. Eleven days later, on March 22nd, New York mandated the closure of all non-essential businesses. As an essential business, we opted to allow only a skeleton crew to come into our New York City headquarters to ensure that we were able to continue providing critical energy services to our customers.