Small wind manufacturer, Eocycle’s EO25 direct-drive wind turbine has achieved three significant new certifications, supporting the company’s expansion in several markets. These certifications are: IEC 61400-2 (global markets), AWEA 9.1 (U.S.A.), and MCS (UK).
The certifications were performed by SGS, a global provider of inspection, verification, testing, and certification of wind turbines. They represent the one of the highest standards in the industry, and further validate wind-turbine design and performance.
This marks an important milestone in Eocycle’s global expansion, particularly in the United States and United Kingdom, where certifications are required to be able to benefit from local market incentives.
“I am extremely proud of the ingenuity and hard work of the Eocycle team,” said Richard Legault, President and CEO of Eocycle.
“These certifications solidify the new EO25 platform as the most competitive wind turbine in its class in the world,” he added. “We have already received numerous inquiries from around the world and have many projects aligned for the months to come. I am looking forward to a great year.”
In addition to these certifications, Eocycle offers a range of product solutions for its wind-turbine systems to meet the most stringent local grid interconnection standards. This includes solutions to meet the requirements of UL1741, United-States, G59, United Kingdom, and CEI-021 in Italy.
All Eocycle wind turbines, including the EO25, use their in-house, patented generator technology and are manufactured, tested, and quality-checked in North America.
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