The Weather and Energy team invited European energy industry experts to Berlin to discuss the latest trends in weather risk management.Learn more
When Hurricane Sandy turned the lights off in Manhattan in 2012, it became clear that our energy infrastructure is not built to withstand extreme weather events. Swiss Re Corporate Solutions joined forces with Marsh & McLennan Companies and the World Energy Council to produce a series of reports about how to make our energy sources fit for the future.Learn more
Uruguay is fortunate to have four river basins within its borders, two of which feed its hydroelectric plants. Hydropower can supply up to 90% of the country‘s electricity demand in a humid year. A dry year, however, can be costly.Download
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and Infigen Energy have partnered on a first-of-its-kind wind risk hedge for a portfolio of windfarms. The hedge covers locations across South Australia, New South Wales and Western Australia for an excess of 500 megawatts of capacity.Learn more
This partner publication with the World Energy Council and Marsh & McLennan Companies explains why increasing energy infrastructure resilience to extreme weather events is not an option - it is a must. While stakeholders are driven by diverse motives, everyone has a role to play, and there are some common obstacles to be overcome together to ensure that energy supply is secure.Download
The global weather is unpredictable, which can adversely affect your revenues and profitability. Swiss Re Corporate Solutions can help protect your business against most everything from extreme weather events to mild winters.
Administering crop insurance in Asian countries with small fragmented agriculture land holdings is an expensive affair, but
costs can be substantially lowered with the introduction of index-based or parametric insurance schemes. These are managed,
however, through relatively generic data measurements that do not always capture the experiences of individual farmers.
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