Joe Hulm BEng (Hons), MSc, CMarTech, FIMarEST

London Office
Joe joined Lloyd Warwick International following a decade in power project development and marine technology innovation. He is a Chartered Marine Technologist and a Fellow of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology. He holds a Master of Science degree with distinction in Energy and Environmental Technology and Economics from City, University of London, and a Bachelor of Engineering Honours degree in Marine Technology with Offshore Engineering from Newcastle University.

Joe entered the insurance sector following industrial research on the relationship between business interruption and project finance. Previous industry experience includes: leading investment from an independent power producer alongside an American investment bank into a Scottish special purpose vehicle; enabling semi-submersible technology innovation between a Dutch offshore owner/operator and a German turbine OEM; securing a power purchase agreement, feed-in tariff and the relevant permits for project development in Canada; and fielding questions from UK Members of Parliament during oral evidence to the Treasury Select Committee. Before entering the power generation sector, Joe was a Deck Officer in the Merchant Navy and a marine surveyor of specialist towing vessels in offshore oil and gas.

Since joining the renewable energy team he has worked on a variety of claims including:

  • Onshore wind infrastructure damage and contingent business interruption (USA)
  • Onshore wind blade collapse, nacelle damage and business interruption (USA)
  • Onshore wind lighting strike, blade damage and business interruption (Greece)
  • Solar PV windstorm damage and business interruption (USA)
  • Solar PV transformer damage and business interruption (UK)
  • Solar PV fire damage and business interruption (UK)
  • HVDC subsea interconnector cable fault and business interruption (UK)
  • HVDC subsea interconnector cable drag and damage before burial (UK)
  • HVDC subsea interconnector cable damage at landfall pull-in (UK)
  • Offshore wind transition piece structural integrity (Germany)
  • Offshore wind fire damage during onshore test (Denmark)
  • Offshore wind inter-array cable damage (UK)