For our latest Artemis Live video interview we wanted to understand how the industry loss from Hurricane Ida has been developing and explore the complexities in the reconstruction and recovery that could impact just how high the insurance and reinsurance market loss could rise.
Green hydrogen has been dubbed the “dream, green fuel.” Created by electrolyzers that pass electricity — generated by renewable energy — through water, the gas is completely carbon-free.
PolicyBind is a Miami-based insurance network that uses its customer acquisition channels to help insurance agents grow their book of business faster while keeping marketing costs in check.
The calendar is about to flip to December, but the atmosphere feels more like mid-October as a dome of anomalous warmth envelops large parts of the Lower 48.
In this episode of the Restoration Today podcast, Xactware CEO Mike Fulton discusses each of those topics, where Xactimate stands on them, what is going on internally to even try to keep up with pricing, what contractors should do when they get pushback on pricing, Xactware's interest and use for contractor data, and more.
Strolling his church’s rooftop among 630 solar panels, Bishop Richard Howell Jr. acknowledged climate change isn’t the most pressing concern for his predominantly Black congregation — even though it disproportionately harms people of color and the poor.
Sushant Gupta of the consulting firm says oil demand is under pressure from the new Covid-19 variant and the possibility of renewed lockdowns in Europe.
Tsingshan Holding Group, the Chinese firm that shook the nickel world by rapidly boosting output in Indonesia, is among the latest entrants to the white-hot lithium sector, potentially making it a one-stop shop for electric vehicle (EV) battery ingredients.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has reportedly traveled to lead his security forces from the frontlines in the war effort against advancing Tigrayan rebels.
Long before the pandemic, many insurance providers sought ways to use technology to meet the demand for faster turnaround times for quotes and renewals.
American International Group Inc. and other insurers avoided steep losses from a spate of extreme weather this year thanks in part to the reinsurance industry.
Home builders grew more confident this month, as demand for housing remained strong, in spite of the continued pressures from supply-chain backlogs and labor shortages.
Businesses and governments must stop the growing rush of commodities-driven land grabbing, which is “trashing” the environment and displacing people, says new research.
Verisk Underwriting has a long history in insurance and it is using this to help insurers make the best decisions and apply the most thorough analysis
The problems surrounding the purchase and procurement of residential building materials and products have escalated and proliferated to such a degree that there is hardly a supply chain left that hasn’t been impacted.