Some 140 participants from around the world joined the Ocean Power Innovation Network (OPIN) and Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) projects webinar on the topic of standardization and certification for offshore renewables on 19 May.
The Ocean Power Innovation Network (OPIN) and Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) projects will hold a webinar on the topic of Standardization and certification for offshore renewables on 19 May 2020 from 10:00-11:30 am CEST. Register here.
Many experts around the world are contemplating a “hydrogen society” as a complete and sustainable alternative to our fossil fuel-based economies. IEC has published a key standard that will help those wishing to make a transition to this clean alternative to fossil fuel.
Green manufacturing refers to the renewal of production processes and the establishment of environmentally friendly operations within the manufacturing field. It is not only transport, agriculture, consumers, governments and government services the world over which have to drastically
Renewable energy now accounts for a third of global capacity, thanks to gains in solar and wind energy in 2018. In 2018, 171 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity worldwide bringing total capacity to 2 351 GW in total, as noted in the IRENA Renewable Capacity Statistics report.
IECRE, the IEC System for Certification to Standards relating to Equipment for Use in Renewable Energy, held its annual meeting and important working group (WG) meetings in Feldkirch, Austria from 18-22 November. Hosted by Bachmann electronic, over 40 expert stakeholders from 15 count
Today, the workshop on LVDC hosted by the IEC and the BSN opens in Jakarta. The workshop provides participants with insight on LVDC, the work of the IEC in developing standards for LVDC and case studies on the introduction of LVDC in Africa and India.