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About the Weather Risk Management AssociationThe Weather Risk Management Association (WRMA) was created in 1999 as the industry association for weather risk management professionals. WRMA strives to enhance public awareness of the weather risk industry and promote the growth and general welfare of the weather risk market.
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Weather risk management products and services can assist in mitigating financial risks in a variety of industries. See how weather risk management products are used in power and energy, retail, construction, renewable energy, travel and tourism and much more.
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Aon: U.S. catastrophe & weather economic losses pass $1bn in February March 8, 2016 | Artemis Read the full story here. Economic losses caused by catastrophe and weather events in the U.S. in February 2016 are expected to surpass $1 billion, while the insurance and…Read More
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The value of weather data can go up to the billions, said Chris Hyde, director of weather marketing and a meteorologist with MDA Weather Services, a consulting firm. “People who are being impacted by extreme weather and climate change are all the sudden finding out that they can…Read More
September 29th, 2015, HARPENDEN, HERTS, UK – Speedwell Weather today announced the release of the new Speedwell-Market platform. The Speedwell-Market is designed to help facilitate weather hedging for energy market participants by providing data and tools for sixty key markets in the USA, Europe and Australia. Contracts based on…Read More
Risk is at the heart of every wind development, particularly offshore. No-one can be certain how hard the wind will blow, how the turbines will cope over the years or how difficult installation or maintenance will be. And with political instability and financial constraints in…Read More