‘Oyster’ project will produce and transport green hydrogen from an electrolyser located in the sea; wins €5m funding from EU
The energy sector ranks 3rd after aviation and property by the value of insurance claims. Energy companies no longer have the capital available to cover their losses - they need insurance to reduce their exposure to risks. But they need to calculate how much cover they can afford to take out and how much risk exposure they are willing to accept. An insurance expert's biggest challenge is to determine the right limit and scope of cover at the right price. How best to balance the cost of premiums against the cost of potential losses today?
America lives up to its larger-than-life reputation by connecting the world’s biggest battery energy storage system to California’s electricity grid
47 solar-with-battery projects of 57MW capacity will power France’s island territories
Pilot-test of Ramboll’s Remote Monitoring Program at Wikinger Wind Farm Shows Promise. ‘True Digital Twin’ program creates a data-driven clone of wind structures which can be used to assess structural health and aid lifecycle management
Javier Cabezudo, Lead Counsel South Europe & Africa @SiemensGamesa, Spain. He'll talk about the Limitation of #Liability & #LiquidatedDamages Provisions on February 17 at the #Contract #RiskManagement for #Energy Sector 2022 conference. More: https://hubs.ly/Q01070dN0 #legal
The #renewableenergy sector is a rapidly growing market, that involves massive #capitalinvestments, which comes with a substantial risk of #corruption. Here are some of the #anticorruption strategies implemented by #energy market players. 💡💵