In the second half of 2022, almost a million EVs a month will be added to the global fleet. By the end of 2022, over 26 million plug-in vehicles are expected to be on the road. (Source: BloombergNEF)
The automotive industry has been embracing the use of lithium ion batteries to power these next-generation electric vehicles. But as recent fire events at manufacturing facilities and during transport underscore, Li-ion batteries are not without risk.
By taking a holistic approach to an insurance and risk management program, Li-ion battery and EV manufacturers can reduce their exposures, proceed with more confidence, and capitalize on the potential opportunities related to growing Li-ion battery use for EVs.
On Wednesday, June 1 the Marsh EV Practice Team hosted a web session where we shared the latest information and insights related to property exposures, ESG alignment, and risk engineering and management considerations as you make the EV transition.
A replay of the webinar is below.