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  1. Offshore wind power in stormy seas

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Wind power is a booming form of clean energy supply. From 2013 to 2015, installed capacity globally grew by 25%, and projections ...

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  2. Insuring wind power in China against typhoons and earthquakes

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Renewable wind power is one of the fastest growing sectors in China, where installed capacity is set to almost quadruple by 2030. ...

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  3. Keeping wind farms going when the wind doesn’t blow

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    Published by: Swiss Re Group Content Type: Article

    The biggest risks facing operational wind farms are sharp falls in electricity prices and sharp falls in wind speed.

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  4. Protection against wind resource volatility

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    Published by: Swiss Re Group Content Type: Publication

    Wind farm operators are at the mercy of fluctuating winds. To protect against loss of income, Swiss Re has developed ...

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  5. Managing wind and solar energy risks

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    Published by: Reinsurance

    The world over, industrial sector growth and economic expansion have put tremendous strain on fossil fuel resources and the ...

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  6. Emerging markets power on

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    We expect growth in the emerging market economies to strengthen moderately in the coming two years.

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