One year of negotiations with German EPC and Kazakhstan investor have ended with success and Renewable Energy Insurance Broker won the insurance tender for 20 MW solar project in Kazakhstan. Our team is managed Erection All Risks policy, Operational All risks policy, including Reduced Yield cover, Advance Payment Bond Insurance, Marine insurance, Health insurance. We hope to increase our presence in Asia.



Are you afraid of underperformance of your solar power plant due to lack of sun? As you probably know this may cause:

    - Lower end of year bonuses;
    - Share price declines;
    - Loan defaults;
    - Lower investor confidence;
    - Ratings downgrades;
    - Worsened lending terms

Now we at Renewable Energy Insurance Broker are able to provide our clients in the US with a solution for underperformance due to lack of sun - Solar Irradiation Cover. If you are interested in that solution for your profit please do not hesitate to contact our experienced team.

Slider 2Renewable Energy Insurance Broker is glad to announced that after SPI 2017 in Las Vegas we've added new 23 solar power plants in California to our Solar Shortfall portfolio in the US.





The global PV market is set to increase its installed capacity from around 225 GW in 2015 to 294.69 GW in 2016, and will see China remain the world’s largest market for annual PV installations, according to British research and consulting firm Globaldata. The company’s latest report »Solar Power Market Update« states that China installed 15.13 GW of new installed PV capacity in 2015, with cumulative capacity reaching 43.48 GW by the end of 2015. The country’s PV installed capacity has increased around 13-fold since 2011.
»In the first quarter of 2016, China added a total of 7.14 GW of PV capacity, of which 6.17 GW accounted for solar PV power plants, and 970 MW for distributed PV,« said Ankit Mathur, Globaldata’s Practice Head covering power. »In the first half of 2016, a rush of solar PV installations was witnessed, as PV power projects which were connected to the electricity grid prior to June 30, 2016 will be entitled to reap benefits from higher 2015 solar feed-in tariffs.«
China’s 13th Five Year Plan sets the 2020 solar PV target at 150 to 200 GW. The country intends to attain a non-fossil fuel renewable energy consumption of around 15 percent by 2020 and 20 percent by 2030.

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