Four Ways to Safeguard Solar Panels from Environmental Damage

Category: Energy

March 27, 2020

As one of the best renewable sources available, solar energy is recognized for its clean power and affordability. And like most equipment, solar panels and systems need regular maintenance to prevent damage and keep them running as efficiently as possible.

Energy-as-a-Service Business Model: Is It Right for Your Clients?

Category: Energy

February 18, 2020

You may have heard that energy as a service (EaaS) is expected to be a major disruptor in the energy industry in 2020 and beyond. But what exactly is EaaS, and how can your energy clients benefit from this emerging business model?

Food Waste

The Impact of Food Waste in the U.S.

Category: Energy

January 15, 2020

Renewable energy is more than a passing trend, and it is growing faster than expected. Today, organic waste is the second largest contributor to landfills (second only to paper products) and continues to be a growing problem in the U.S., affecting the environment and the economy.

Career Trends in Solar Energy

Category: Energy

December 3, 2019

By 2020, experts predict that the global solar industry will take a massive leap, reaching the $422 billion mark. Here in the U.S., the continuous demand for alternative energy as a source of power is creating a growing need for qualified professionals.

Hydroelectric Energy

Four Advantages of Using Hydroelectric Energy

Category: Energy

November 14, 2019

Despite being dependent on the level of precipitation and/or water runoff, hydroelectric power is a reliable source of energy. Nationwide, hydropower was the largest generator of clean, renewable electricity in 2018, representing 7% of total U.S. electricity generation and nearly 40% of renewable electricity generation.

Energy Microgrid

Reliable Energy for the Future: 5 Key Benefits of Microgrids

Category: Energy

October 8, 2019

Like miniature electricity grids, microgrids draw power from on-site or local sources, helping to deliver clean and reliable energy for the future. Unlike wider grids that fall victim to extreme weather conditions and other emergencies, microgrids can be insulated against these types of disruptions.

Wind Turbines

Unique Risks in the Wind Industry: Safeguarding Against Falls

Category: Energy

September 15, 2019

The majority of fatal injuries that occur in the renewable energy industry are caused by falls. It’s essential for companies to be aware of fall protection risks, as well as proactive ways to prevent accidents and injuries.

Growth in Energy Storage Expected to Double in 2019

Category: Energy

August 12, 2019

In 2018, the U.S. energy storage market nearly doubled. It is expected to double again by the end of 2019, according to Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and the Energy Storage Association’s report: U.S. Energy Storage Monitor 2018 Year-in-Review.

Renewable Energy Operations: Selecting the Right Contractor for the Job

Category: Energy

June 4, 2019

In the renewable energy industry, many companies depend on contractors to support their operations. This is why contractor pre-qualification is an important initial step, not only in determining the most suitable contractors for a project but also in helping mitigate costly claims.

Oil & Gas

Onshore Upstream Oil & Gas Production: An Overview of Onshore Upstream Oil and Gas Insurance, Part 3

Category: Energy

October 19, 2018

While oil pipelines are safer than trucks, they transport only a fraction of oil shipments. However, when pipelines do fail, the results can be catastrophic. Leaks and ruptures occur frequently, and experts warn that, as already aged pipelines grow older, accidents will only increase. What does this mean to insurance industry professionals?

 

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