As the popularity of wind turbines increases, so does the need for greater confidence in their ability to perform as designed, both safely and reliably.
From the National Wind Energy Centre (NWEC), NEL’s UK test site located in Scotland, in the heart of Europe’s largest onshore wind farm, NEL can provide a complete range of wind turbine tests compliant with IEC 61400 (Conformity Testing and Certification).
Wind turbine tests include:
- Power performance
- Loads measurement
- Design evaluation
- Electrical conformance
Find out more about our Testing at NEL.
Wind Turbine Certification
NEL is a UKAS accredited certification body No. 4496, which means we are uniquely positioned with our team of wind turbine certification experts and our wind farm test site, to provide our customers with the full test and wind turbine certification package. This ensures that manufacturers can access global markets quickly and competitively.
MCS Certification to ISO 17065
- Technical (design) file evaluation
- Factory Production Control (FPC) Audits
- UKAS accredited
- Our MCS test reports are accepted by SWCC and many other global certification bodies
Request a call back from NEL’s MCS team to find out more about the MCS scheme.
Wind turbines we have certified under the MCS include:
- Lely Aircon 10S
- Huaying HY5 - AD5.6
- Kestrel e400nb
- Kingspan KW6
- Proven Energy P35-2
- Quiet Revolution V1.3
- Quiet Revolution V1.4
- Gaia Wind GW 133 – 11kW
All information obtained or created during the performance of certification activities is considered proprietary information and is regarded as confidential. The Certification Body of NEL (TUV SUD Ltd) will inform the client, in advance, of the information it intends to place in the public domain, except the information which is required by law or authorised by contractual arrangement.
If you wish to submit a complaint about a small wind turbine certified by NEL under the UK Microgeneration Scheme, or about the Scheme governance please see MCS Complaints Procedure, additional complaint guidance or submitting an appeal or a complaint.