Renewable Energy Insurance Suite Launched

Press Release
Monday, May 21, 2012

UK-based insurance broker, IRCM, launch programmes to the Solar, Wind and Wave Sectors supported by a panel of global insurers and Lloyds underwriters

IRCM, have launched a new product 
range aimed at the Renewable Energy Market. Available as both a wholesale and 
retail facility the product suite delivers insurance programmes to the Solar, Wind and 
Wave Sectors and is supported by a panel of Global Insurers and Lloyds underwriters. 
A comprehensive insurance package for the Biogas Sector is also available on a direct 
only basis.

Mark Elcocks, IRCM’s Specialist Risks Manager said “Expanding into the 
Renewables Sector is a logical extension of IRCM’s specialisms. It also forms part 
of our strategy to increase the range of products available on a wholesale basis and 
facilitate market access to brokers wishing to diversify their own portfolios”.

For wind turbine cover: IRCM say that a range of covers can be sourced that include manufacture, installation and maintenance of wind turbines as well as insurance for workboats and crew.



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