Wind Plants and Turbines

Wind Power: Well Engineered and Cost-Effective

Our services cover every aspect of wind power, allowing you to combine profitability and safety. At TÜV Rheinland we support you in all matters to do with technical safety, providing the basis for a long operating life and cost-effective operation of your wind turbine generators (WTG). From site analysis to inspections during installation, from acceptance tests to certification – our experts offer the full range of services as a one-stop shop.

Benefits at a Glance

With TÜV Rheinland’s services for inspecting and certifying wind turbine generators, you can:

  • Reduce plant outages
  • Enhance maintenance logistics planning
  • Reduce maintenance costs
  • Receive an independent assessment of quality, also in the case of legal disputes
  • Benefit from comprehensive services from a single source
  • Benefit from greater acceptance in the market

Our Services from Planning to Decommissioning

Our experts offer comprehensive services covering every aspect of wind turbine generator operation. These include:

  • Site analysis and assessments and subsurface investigations
  • Noise emission and emission forecasts, shade projections, and damage reports
  • Plausibility checks for standard designs and advice on individual modifications in accordance with state construction legislation
  • Supervision of concrete manufacturers, including all parts and components
  • Coordination of the structural analysis and the official review of the structural analysis
  • Measurement of loads, output curves, control behavior, and electrical properties
  • Fire protection concepts and reports and lightning protection
  • Legal discovery focused on infrastructure, transport routes, and more
  • Quality control and supervision of tower and foundation construction, including all parts and components
  • Risk analysis of, for example, rotor blade failures or falling ice
  • Structural inspection certificates and load capacity and serviceability certificates for rotor blades, towers, and foundations
  • Acceptance tests and inspections prior to commissioning
  • Building inspections by the testing agencies of TÜV Rheinland LGA
  • Periodic inspections, including inspections in accordance with machinery regulations and rotor blade inspection
  • Design load checks
  • Inspections prior to warranty expiry
  • Basic and advanced training of your employees as service fitters and service mechanics through, for example, safety courses and repair coaching
  • Rehabilitation concepts
  • Damage analysis
  • Decommissioning, including cost calculation for financing, preparation of tender documents, legal discovery, and recommendations for disposal