Assessing the Major Risks to the US Wind Market builds on the analysis contained within the 2017 report Risky Business and offers an updated analysis of the major risks affecting the US wind market. The report ranks risks posed by mechanical and electrical breakdown, resource risk, cyber risk, and more – and offers advice on how to mitigate the effect of each risk to wind projects, both on- and offshore.
GCube Underwrites 5GW of Offshore Wind, Highlights Importance of ‘Investment Grade’ Assets
June 12th, 2013
London, June 12th, 2013 – GCube, the specialist renewable energy underwriter, has said that whilst clear growth within offshore wind persists, the industry needs to take some extra steps to ensure that wind energy assets are ‘investment grade’ in the...
Renewable Energy Nat Cat Briefing
April 1st, 2018
This Renewable Energy Nat Cat Briefing, published in April 2018, responds to the spate of natural catastrophe events that affected countries including Puerto Rico, Mexico, and the United States in the summer and autumn of 2017. The report offers an...
US Market Must ‘Reset Benchmark’ For Risk
April 2nd, 2019
Newport Beach, California, April 2, 2019 – Component vulnerability, defective designs and changing OEM warranties, coupled with extreme weather damage, have significantly increased the frequency and severity of insurance claims in the US renewable energy market over the last five...