CNA expands offerings to green contractors

CHICAGO — CNA has announced a new Commercial Affiliation Marketing (CAM) program for renewable energy contractors. As the global insurer’s 12th construction CAM, renewable energy contractors represent a new opportunity for CNA to offer insurance services to meet the specific needs of this segment of the construction industry.

CNA’s Renewable Energy Contractors insurance program is designed for non-residential wind, solar and geothermal energy construction projects, including contractors who erect or service land-based metal wind turbines; solar power installation or service work; and geothermal drilling operations that do not drill beyond 150 vertical feet.

“We are confident this new program will enhance our reputation as one of the pre-eminent construction markets in the insurance industry,” said John Tatum, vice president of Construction, CNA. “CNA has been writing construction risks for more than 60 years, and this experience, coupled with our ability to stay on top of emerging trends, gives us a true competitive edge.”

CAN created its first CAM program in 1968. Additional information is available at www.cna.com.

Serving businesses and professionals since 1897, CNA is the country’s seventh largest commercial insurance writer and the 13th largest property and casualty company.
 

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