ArcVera Gets IECRE Nod to Operate as Wind Power Performance Testing Services Provider

ArcVera Renewables, consulting and technical services provider for wind, solar, and storage projects, has received the International Electrotechnical Commission - Renewable Energy (IECRE) approval to operate as a Renewable Energy Testing Laboratory in the United Staes.

January 19, 2021. By Manu Tayal

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ArcVera Renewables, consulting and technical services provider for wind, solar, and storage projects, has received the International Electrotechnical Commission - Renewable Energy (IECRE) approval to operate as a Renewable Energy Testing Laboratory in the United Staes.

IECRE is the IEC system for certification to standards relating to equipment for use in renewable energy applications. The IECRE approval has validated the quality of ArcVera’s wind turbine PPT processes and the thoroughness of its quality management system, the company said in a statement.  

The IECRE process included a thorough audit by a set of industry peers who reviewed ArcVera’s procedures and processes, which were approved as being consistent with industry best practices.  

Matt Cramer, who recently joined ArcVera to lead the business development of power performance testing services, commented “with the achievement of IECRE accreditation, ArcVera can now pursue testing on several types of turbines and perform accredited power curve tests to the IEC 61400-12-1 standard, including all of the subtasks of such tests, such as terrain and obstacle assessments, site calibration, test planning, equipment installation, and test execution.”

“We are thrilled to lead the way in the US Wind Energy Industry with IECRE approval for power performance testing.  As more companies follow ArcVera’s lead and obtain IECRE approval, it should raise the bar on quality for the entire industry,” said John Bosche, President & Principal Mechanical Engineer.

IECRE has been the leading internationally accepted conformity assessment system for renewable energy; its harmonized accreditation requirements ensure both quality and consistency throughout the global renewable-energy industry. The ubiquity of IECRE accreditation has contributed to improvement of efficiency and lowered the cost of bringing projects online, and has thus been a major catalyst in the gradual global transition to sustainable energy.  IECRE has been focused on facilitating international trade in renewable-energy-related equipment and services in a way that maintains the required level of safety and quality. 

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