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Renewable Energy Market Review 2022

By Robin Somerville | January 12, 2022

The risk implications that need to be considered by the renewables industry post COP26.
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Following the COP26 summit held in Glasgow in 2021, there are a number of risk implications that should be considered from a renewable energy industry perspective.

Our review “After COP26: risk implications for the renewables industry” outlines the tools which companies can embed within their own organisations for their own journey towards a Net Zero future. Our leading article this year outlines the reasons why renewable energy companies need a climate transition plan to build their own resilience to their enhanced climate risk.

As always, we examine some very significant risk management and insurance market issues which are currently challenging the industry.

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Renewable Energy Market Review - Webinar

You may also be interested to watch these key topics that were recently discussed in our Renewable Energy Market review webinar, please see below.

Climate change challenges and opportunities

Speaker: Tony Rooke, Director of Climate Transition Risk and Climate and Resilience Hub, WTW

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ESG: what's in a rating?

Speaker: Margaret-Ann Splawn, Executive director, The climate markets & investment association

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Green hydrogen: The fuel of the future

Speaker: Paul Watson, Power risk engineer, Natural Resources, WTW

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The Renewable Energy insurance markets in 2022

Speaker: Steve Munday, Head of Global Renewable Energy, WTW

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