New energies & new risks offer large opportunities

Blunck, Thomas
August 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Aug2011, p88
Trade Publication
The author examines the changes and the solutions that can be offered by the insurance industry. The author highlights questions indicating that investors run a considerable risk with attractive investment opportunities that new technologies present. He expects that new risks requiring competent analysis will emerge from the conversion of the fossil and nuclear power sector into a largely renewable energies.


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