Inspection work of 8.2 Consulting AG framed by ISO 17020

12.06.2017

8.2 Consulting AG has announced that the inspection portfolio regarding wind turbine generators and conformity checks along grid connection certification activities have been accredited as inspection body by DAkkS (German Accreditation Body) according to DIN ISO/IEC 17020.

The company sees the accreditation as evidence of the high claim of quality and competence. Furthermore it guarantees independency and integrity as well as the comparability of the results, emphasizes 8.2 Consulting AG. The company is part of the international 8.2 Group. The expertise is based on over 22,000 technical inspections of on- and offshore wind turbine generators as well as more than 150 conformity checks along the certification of grid connections; latter in co-operation with the VDE. The 8.2 Consulting AG is carrying out inspections on wind turbine generators in accordance with the specifications of BWE and in compliance with the guidelines of BSH for about 10 years. With the accreditation the 8.2 Consulting AG has reached an international recognized standard.

“Our customers have benefited from high quality services along the entire value chain ever since. We are pleased to emphasize this by the accreditation as inspection body by DAkkS”, says Helge Westphalen, quality management representative of 8.2 Consulting AG. Benjamin Quader, Head of Business Unit Offshore, adds: “We always aim for sustainable quality assurance in the field of renewable energy. Our work contributes to improve the life time and add value to renewable energy projects and therefore making a significant contribution to the new energy policy. With the accreditation we again demonstrate our suitability as independent experts and clearly show that 8.2 Consulting belongs to the most skilled experts in the market.”

S&WE / 8.2 Consulting AG

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