Webinar: Building for the Future of EVs

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.

EV charging station for electric car in concept of green energy and eco power produced from sustainable source to supply to charger station in order to reduce CO2 emission .

Property Insurance, Risk Engineering, and ESG considerations 

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 from 2:00 to 3:00 PM EDT, please join the Marsh EV Practice Team and our colleagues for a live web session where we’ll share the latest information and insights related to property exposures, ESG alignment, and risk engineering and management considerations as you make the EV transition. 

Speakers:

  • David T. Carlson, US Manufacturing & Automotive Industry Leader, Marsh
  • John K. Johnson, Managing Director, Construction Practice Leader Central Zone, Marsh
  • Greg Masterson, Senior Managing Consultant, Marsh Advisory

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