Renewable energy projects have formed a large part of many of the government stimulus packages, particularly in the US. This session considers the rapid evolution of technology in the renewable energy sector and the consequential additional risks. The panel looks at a range of projects from offshore energy, to onshore solar farms, hydrogen, battery plants and also nuclear, with a particular emphasis on the threat of natural catastrophes and the difficulties for insurers in identifying the true scale of the nat cat risk.
Grant Griffiths, Deputy Chair – IRM Energy Special Interest Group, Board ESG and Risk Advisor, IRM
Alexander Larsen, President, Baldwin Global Risk Services
Faris Nimri, Head Renewable Energy, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Theodore Rodrigues da Costa, Onshore Energy & Construction Underwriter, Liberty Specialty Markets
Jon Wiegand, Head of Power – Global Broking Centre, Commercial Risk Solutions, Aon