Capacity to change

Collins, Stuart
November 2009
Business Insurance;11/23/2009, Vol. 43 Issue 42, p11
The article reports on the increase in the capacity for renewable energy risks in the U.S. David Croom-Johnson, chief underwriter at AEGIS London, says the renewable energy sector represents a huge growth opportunity for the insurance sector. According to Martina Baugh, renewable energy leader for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Marsh Ltd. in London, insurers have increased interest for renewable energy risks and several carriers have entered the market.


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