Hyosung’s 5-megawatt turbine receives DEWI-OCC certificateHyosung announced yesterday that its 5-megawatt offshore wind-generating turbine has received a certification from the DEWI-OCC Offshore and Certification Center GmbH, marking the first time for a Korean company to pass the test for a wind turbine with a capacity of five megawatts or more.
The Germany-based DEWI-OCC is a widely accepted certification body for wind turbines.
DEWI-OCC evaluated the turbine’s design, manufacture and safety before awarding the certificate.
Cho Hyun-joon, president of the company’s corporate strategy center said the certificate proved “Hyosung’s capability as the nation’s best on and offshore wind generating corporation,” once again.
Last October, Hyosung also passed DEWI-OCC’s test on its 5.9-megawatt offshore wind power generator.
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