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Utilities

The Utilities sector faces challenging times. Emerging risks that were on the horizon are now testing utility companies’ resilience and preparedness for the future. Marsh can bring together local and global solutions to help you manage this exciting risk environment.

The Utilities industry is undergoing a period of rapid transformation.

Delivering on the transition to a net-zero economy and firming up commitments and strategies to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals will be a challenge.

Consumers are demanding more from suppliers and requiring heightened innovation to deliver improved services. Achieving public confidence and affordability in the face of cost pressures will drive an increased focus on digitisation. Against a complex regulatory framework that is flexing to meet the needs of customers and the environment, anticipating and adapting to uncertainty and change will be critical.

We can advise you on risk exposures and insurance solutions to ensure you successfully achieve your objectives. Those businesses that can adapt and innovate will be the ones that thrive in this transformational era.

The Global Risks Report

The top risks for 2024 and beyond. Data and insights from more than 1,400 global experts and leaders.

Featured insights

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Report

06/13/2023

2023 UK Utilities Risk Report

Marsh has once again partnered with Utility Week in contributing to the Utilities Risk Report, which examines the evolving risk landscape facing UK Utilities.

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Webcast

02/13/2023

Utilities Insurance Market Update

Marsh’ Utilities Insurance Market Update webinar shared latest insights on the insurance marketplace for utility sector businesses.

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Article

06/01/2022

2022 UK Utilities Risk Report

Marsh has partnered with Utility Week in publishing the Utilities Risk Report, which examines the evolving risk landscape facing UK utilities.

FAQs

Protecting assets and people while providing supply to consumers is an area of high priority for Utilities. Frequency and severity of extreme weather patterns and environmental pressures are bringing new risks and challenges to utilities.

Property damage and business interruption, including machinery breakdown, employers liability, public liability, motor, cyber, marine hull and shipowners, D&O, crime, professional indemnity, and PA Travel.

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Carl Ratcliffe

Recycling, Utilities, UK Mining and Nuclear Industry Practice Leader