The IEC System for Conformity Assessment and Certification in Renewable Energy Applications (IECRE System) was formed in 2014 with an aim to facilitate international trade for use in Renewable Energy Sectors while maintaining the required level of safety. The IEC Technical Committees set standards, and IECRE assesses and certifies that renewable energy equipment is in conformity to these standards.
The mission of the IECRE is to operate a single, global certification system, accepted by local and national authorities or other bodies requiring and benefiting from certification, based on high quality IEC Standards while allowing for continuous improvement.
The IECRE’s goal is to offer a harmonized application for conformity assessment around the globe, and across technologies, which ensures a uniform:
ARESCA offers a platform for information exchange and coordination for United States companies, industries, governments, and other stakeholders as they participate in the development of the IECRE conformity assessment system through the USNC/IECRE.
Effective January 1, 2017, ARESCA will assume the duties of the Secretariat of the USNC/IECRE.
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Posted on 23 Mar, 2023
The following publications are now available for sale: ANSI/ARESCA 61400-3-1 Design requirements for fixed offshore wind turbines ANSI/ARESCA 61400-3-2 Design requirements for floating offshore wind turbines ANSI/ARESCA 61400-5...
Posted on 6 Jan, 2020
The ARESCA white paper on Conformity Assessment in the Wind Energy Industry was featured in the Winter edition of Current, the newsletter published by the American national Standards Institute...
Posted on 19 Dec, 2019
Renewable energy now accounts for a third of global capacity, thanks to gains in solar and wind energy in 2018, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). In...
Posted on 16 Oct, 2019
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Posted on 16 Oct, 2019
Oct. 10, 2019 Wind energy researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) are among a team of authors inviting the scientific community to address three...
The first turbine certificate under the new IECRE (International Electrotechnical Commission Renewable Energy) system was issued on October 27 by certification body DNV GL for the Vestas 2 MW platform’s...
The USNC CAPCC (Conformity Assessment Policy Coordinating Committee) endorsed the appointment of ARESCA to provide the Secretariat services for the USNC/IECRE effective January 1, 2017. ARESCA believes this will improve the...
Quality assurance is vital for global PV market growth IRENA report emphasizes role of international standards By Antoinette Price https://iecetech.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=57bf19922547229aeac42e06a&id=5cbe7595a4&e=083b92258e By 2030, total installed PV capacity could range between 1...
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For the complete abstract document, click the link below: Defining the Value of IECRE Certifications for Providing Confidence in PV System Performance