Friends, As we end Quarter 3 in 2020 our global situation remains very uncertain and many of us remain anxious for family and friends. It is almost impossible to plan for the future in the way we all have done in the past and for many of us priorities have changed and things onc
Many countries are working towards reducing their CO2 emissions in a bid to become carbon neutral. Denmark is a world leader in wind energy. Last year it sourced almost half of its power from wind (47%) according to Energinet, the country’s grid operator. Offshore accounted for 18% an
2019 witnesses the largest increase in installed power capacity of renewable energy which grew more than 200 gigawatts. This is one of the finding from the Renewables 2020 Global Status Report published by the non-governmental organization REN21.
Wind turbines are complex machines made up of many components. They tower over their ancestor windmills with long, thin long blades. Their design and maintenance require careful consideration, of the materials used to build them and the climate and weather conditions they are exposed
Having been involved in the IECEE CB scheme from the outset of his career, as an IECEE CB Certifier and IECEE Technical Assessor, Wolfram Zeitz began his new role as IECEE and IECRE Executive Secretary in January this year.
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
2018 has been an interesting and important year in technology and international standards. Here is a list of our most popular stories for each month, based on the number of times an article was clicked.