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  1. Embracing the bright yet challenging future on renewable energy

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    Embracing the bright yet challenging future on renewable energy Taiwan’s Renewable Energy Development Plan targets 20% of its power to be generated from renewable energy by 2025. Mr Patrice Nigon of Swiss Re discusses how they are supporting these endeavou

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  2. Building renewable energy infrastructure is desirable and doable

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    Building renewable energy infrastructure is desirable and doable We just need to tackle the risks involved Wind turbines, solar panels and hydro-electric installations are effective ways to wean ourselves off fossil fuels and address climate change. But im

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  3. Renewable energy sector could triple annual insurance spending by 2020 to attract new investors

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    Renewable energy sector could triple annual insurance spending by 2020 to attract new investors The renewable energy industry could be spending three times as much on insurance every year by 2020 to mitigate risks to projects, says a new report by Bloomber

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

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    Mitigating climate risk(Click here to get to the topic overview page) Keeping wind farms going when the wind doesn’t blow Summary The biggest risks facing operational wind farms are sharp falls in electricity prices and sharp falls in wind speed. Over the

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  5. Largest energy risk transfer project completed for Uruguay

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    Largest energy risk transfer project completed for Uruguay Swiss Re Corporate Solutions supports low-carbon energy generation, assuming a portion of risk in a USD 450-million weather coverage deal between Uruguay government and the World Bank Treasury. Wea

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  6. Battery Energy Storage Systems

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    Battery Energy Storage Systems How to store renewable energy in our power supply system? Renewables are not produced on demand. They are generated, when the sun shines, wind blows and reservoirs are full. But where do we store it, if we don't need it right

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  7. Wind farms: harvesting energy on shaky grounds and in stormy seas

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    Wind farms: harvesting energy on shaky grounds and in stormy seas Renewable wind energy is one of the fastest growing sectors in the power generation industry worldwide, with installed capacity set to nearly quadruple by 2030. But many of the future wind f

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  8. Cyber risk in energy sector

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    Cyber risk in energy sector Is digitalisation making energy infrastructure more vulnerable? Some suggestions for coping with cyber threats. With the proliferation of smart grids, smart meters and digital oil fields, the global energy sector is becoming inc

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  9. Building a sustainable energy future: risks and opportunities

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    Building a sustainable energy future: risks and opportunities Swiss Re report investigates how the global energy mix will take shape and the impact of sustainable energy sources on climate change Report uses a scenario-based approach to outline possible en

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  10. Solutions: sustainable energy

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    Solutions: sustainable energy Based on continuous research, we develop solutions that help our clients reduce some of the financial risks of sustainable energy projects. Advancing sustainable energy solutions is essential to combat global warming. Reducing

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