Renewable Energy Nat Cat Briefing

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 overview of how ‘Nat Cat’ events have affected the renewable energy industries in these markets and dispenses advice for asset managers looking to mitigate risks to their projects in the future.

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