Small wind, as a still relatively new and immature technology, requires clear quality and safety standards that serves the industry as guidelines. Currently small wind standards exist on the international level and in a number of individual countries.
Compact database of standards:
|Canada||Canadian Wind Turbine Codes and Standards|
|Japan||JSWTA Standard (JSWTA 0001:2013. Revised 2013.06.01)|
|Netherlands||Regeling Groencertificaten Elektriciteitswet|
|United Kingdom||RenewableUK Small Wind Turbine Standard (formerly BWEA Small Wind Turbine Performance and Safety Standard)|
|United States of America||AWEA Small Wind Turbine Performance and Safety Standard|
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