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Richard Matsui

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A look at climate insurance (With Richard Matsui)

Insurance Covered

Welcome to Insurance Covered, the podcast that covers everything insurance. In this episode Peter is joined by Richard Matsui, Co-founder of kWh Analytics, and they will be discussing the insurance of renewable energy sources with a particular focus on solar power. In this episode we discuss:Who kWh Analytics are, and what kind of data they monitorHow kWh became involved with insurancehow data can drive innovative insurance products how those innovative insurance products can positively aid the transition away from fossil fuelsWe hope you enjoyed this episode, if you did please subscribe to stay up to date with future episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


11 Apr 2022

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Ep 138 – kWh analytics CEO & Founder, Richard Matsui

FNO: InsureTech

On this episode of FNO: InsureTech, we talk with Richard Matsui, CEO & Founder of kWh analytics. By leveraging the most comprehensive performance database of solar assets in the United States and the strength of the global insurance markets, kWh Analytics has positioned itself as the insurer for the Energy Transition. Through leveraging their products Solar Revenue Put, HelioStats, and STAR Comps, customers can minimize risk and increase returns of their solar portfolios. Join Richard, Rob, and Lee as they discuss: the origin of kWh analytics. solar risk assessments. how kWh analytics insures solar farms. the current outlook on the solar industry, and much more.


30 Jul 2021

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Ep23: Solar Revenue Puts with Richard Matsui, KwH Analytics


Richard Matsui, CEO of KwH Analytics, joins us to discuss the Solar Revenue Put, an innovative new financial product that may change the way many solar projects are financed. While the solar industry faces the potential impact of tariffs, we explore how this product can reduce project costs.


26 Feb 2018