As the first international certification body DNV has received accreditation in Korea to deliver type and project certification of Wind Turbine
s and Wind farms
. Due to the accreditation from the Dutch Accreditation Council, DNV now has official approval to handle all aspects of the certification work using its local wind experts. This provides a number of advantages to Korean and Asian manufacturers.
DNV’s team in Korea is accreted to handle type and project certification in accordance with IEC 61400-22 and DNV-OS-J101 standards. This new certification practice will result in a convenient and more cost-effective process for Korean and Asian manufacturers to achieve certification for their wind turbine and wind farm projects.
“Vast technical resources within offshore and maritime sectors, in addition to civil engineering experience, have given Korea and Asia a strong basis for developing its international wind power
business. The manufacturers are ultimately targeting the global market creating a need for projects and turbines to be certified locally by globally-recognized certification bodies,” says Byoung Jun Kim, country manager of DNV’s cleaner energy section in Korea.
“This accreditation will strengthen our certification services globally, and will continue to draw on strong competence and cooperation from our office in Denmark, who has delivered such services for the two last decades. With DNV’s accredited team in Korea, we are now enabled to work more closely with our clients throughout the wind turbine certification process. Consequently, we hope this new capability will contribute to further development of Asia’s Wind Energy
industry,” explains Kevin Smith, DNV’s segment director for wind energy.
Byoung Jun Kim
Country Manager DNV Cleaner Energy Korea
Tel: +82 51 610 7828
Claus F. Christensen
Head of DNV’s wind energy department in Denmark
Tel: +45 24 27 48 58
About DNV in the wind industry
Established in 1864, the company has a global presence with a network of 300 offices in 100 countries, and is headquartered in Oslo, Norway. Our prime assets are the knowledge and expertise of our 8,500 employees.
DNV is a global provider of services for managing risk, with safeguarding life, property and the environment as its purpose. Organised as an independent and autonomous foundation with no proprietors, DNV balances the needs of business and society, based on its independence and integrity. DNV serves a range of high-risk industries, with a special focus on the maritime and energy sectors.
DNV is the largest wind energy consultancy in the U.S. and one of the largest in the world. Worldwide, more than 250 employees are dedicated to wind energy and many more contribute from DNV’s other business areas such as maritime and offshore energy.
DNV has been a leader in the wind industry for 25 years, supporting the industry with a broad range of services, from in
（China Wind Power Net