wind energy insurance
Why do you need specialist wind energy insurance?
Being part of a specialist industry requires an insurance policy that understands you. Supplying renewable energy carries potential opportunities and risks that don’t apply to many other businesses, and it is important to know that should the worst happen, you’re in safe hands with a wind energy insurance policy tailored exactly to your needs.
Our comprehensive insurance package for wind energy developers covers a range of final, project, and operational risks, such as:
- Comprehensive wind turbine insurance, including mechanical and electrical breakdown, and transit from any supplier
- Costs from delays in start up
- Advanced loss of revenue
How our wind energy insurance experts can help
With access to some of the world’s leading renewable energy insurers, and a proven track record with wind turbine insurance for developers, at Marsh Commercial we have the specific industry knowledge you need in a broker.
We provide wind energy insurance for hundreds of turbines across the UK – from Cornwall to Shetland – and are highly experienced in the settlement of renewable energy claim.
GET IN TOUCH WITH YOUR NEAREST WIND ENERGY INSURANCE EXPERT
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We joined forces with Clark Thomson in 2018 and became both Scotland and the UK’s leading community broker and client advisory business. Working together we will continue our journey to build and shape an exceptional business for our colleagues, clients and communities.
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