US Renewable Energy Outlook
Competition Heats up as Investments Accelerate
The IEA projects that renewable energy will become the largest source of electricity generation worldwide by 2025. As competition rises and the renewable energy industry matures, it’s critical to keep pace with evolving market dynamics and shifting regional requirements to overcome coverage challenges.
Marsh’s Global Renewable Energy Practice hosted a virtual discussion to share perspectives on emerging risks and opportunities related to the increasing volume and magnitude of renewable energy investments in the US.
Watch the replay to uncover insights on the following key themes:
Increasing foreign investment in the US renewable energy sector.
Challenges securing coverage.
The elevated importance of mutualized insurance capacity.
Increasing scrutiny over natural hazard exposures.
Evolving market dynamics requiring mature risk management strategies.
This exclusive discussion featured these renewable energy leaders:
- Liz Burdock, President & CEO of the Business Network for Offshore Wind
- Tom Cain, Vice President and Renewable Energy Product Manager at AEGIS
- Rob Hale, Marsh’s London Market Leader for Power and Renewable Energy
- Spencer Hunsberger, Managing Director of Credit Suisse
- Antony Joyce, Co-Head of Marsh’s Tax Insurance group and Leader of the Renewable Energy Tax Insurance Practice
- Mike Kolodner, US Power & Renewables Practice Leader at Marsh
- Ben Roberts, US Offshore Wind Leader at Marsh
- Hamish Roberts, Global Head of Renewable Energy at Marsh
- Matthew Yau, Director of Lloyd Warwick International (London)