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VIDEO: Insurance innovations that unlock the potential of battery storage systems

By Solar Media Staff
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Energy-Storage.news is proud to present our sponsored webinar with ACCURE, looking at how data analytics can change the dynamics of insurance for large-scale battery energy storage system (BESS) projects.

The rapid growth of energy storage has created challenges for insurers seeking to identify appropriate risks posed by a new and complex asset class. For owners and operators, this can mean grappling with high premiums that do not always reflect the unique characteristics of their projects.

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New technologies providing detailed insights into the health of battery energy storage systems offer opportunities for improved safety and more accurate operating costs from bespoke insurance policies.

In this webinar, we bring together experts from across the insurance and energy storage landscape to unravel and make sense of the complexities of insuring BESS and reveal how insurance policies can be optimised with a data-driven approach.

The webinar explores:

  • How one of the largest energy storage players in the world has secured enhanced insurance conditions and improved safety through a calculated and unique approach to its risk management strategy.
  • How energy storage owners and insurance providers are working together to understand risk better.
  • How operators are using predictive battery analytics to optimise asset management.

Speakers:

Daniel Sherlock-Burke, head of asset performance, Gore Street Capital

Kai-Philipp Kairies, CEO and co-founder, ACCURE Battery Intelligence

Andrew Sinclair, head of renewable energy practice, PIB Insurance Brokers

Richard Beeby, director of engineering and construction, HDI Global

You can also register to watch the webinar from the on-demand section of the site, which will also enable you to access presentation slide deck, and where you can find all our other Energy-Storage.news webinars.

12 November 2024
San Diego, USA
As we see more storage projects become operational, the big question is “how to maximize your assets?” This event will prepare the industry for the road ahead, looking at the core fundamentals of asset management, understanding operational challenges, along with the latest optimization and software development. You can expect to meet and network with all the key industry players from major US asset owners, operators, RTOs and ISOs, optimizers, software and analytics providers, technical consultancies, O&M technology providers and more.

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