Navigating Evolving Risks in Renewable Energy
The International Energy Agency (IEA) projects that by 2025, renewables will become the largest source of electricity generation, surpassing coal and generating more than one-third of total electricity needs.
However, these advancements are creating complexities that renewable stakeholders must overcome. To stay competitive and achieve greater access to risk capital, it’s critical to understand the top factors affecting the renewable energy industry, including:
- The energy transition and the urgency to decarbonize.
- Rapid development of new technologies.
- Natural disasters and extreme weather events.
- Supply chain challenges.
- An evolving regulatory environment.
Marsh’s global team of renewable energy specialists has deep knowledge of these complex factors, meaning we can design solutions that reduce volatility for investors, independent lender advisors, developers, owners, operators, suppliers, and project stakeholders of all sizes.
Download the brochure for an overview of evolving renewable energy risks, and learn how Marsh can help you better understand, manage, and transfer these risks.