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Douglas, Jerry
August 2011
Utility Week;8/5/2011, p18
Trade Publication
The article discusses factors that need to be considered by renewable energy operators and owners when choosing appropriate insurance coverage. These include the risks of gearbox failure, cable damage and landslip. The risks involved in solar plants include high flammability of heat transfer fluid and issues relating to reflector alignment. Insurance coverage in hydropower plant includes grid connections, asset protection, and status of warranties.


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