Inox Wind Receives Type a Certification for its New Generation 3 MW Wind Turbine with Booster Capacity of 3.3 MW

TUV SUD grants global certification to Inox Wind, validating the prototype turbine for serial production and commissioning

Inox Wind, one of the leading wind energy solutions provider, has achieved a major milestone as it announced the receipt of a Type Certificate from TUV SUD, a renowned global certification body based in Germany. The certificate was granted for Inox Wind’s state-of-the-art 3 MW wind turbine, which has a booster capacity of up to 3.3 MW. This certification signifies that the prototype turbine has successfully met all the necessary requirements for serial production and commissioning.

TUV SUD’s certification process involved rigorous testing and verification in accordance with the internationally recognized standard, IEC 61400-22. The Type Certificate issued to Inox Wind is valid worldwide, further emphasizing the turbine’s compliance with industry standards. This certification confirms that the theoretical design calculations for Inox Wind’s 3 MW wind turbine accurately reflect its performance in real-world conditions.

The 3 MW turbine developed by Inox Wind, in collaboration with the globally renowned AMSC as its technology partner, boasts impressive features. It features a 100-meter tubular tower and a rotor diameter of 145 meters, making it one of the largest turbines in its class. Additionally, this wind turbine offers one of the lowest costs of energy on a per unit basis due to its compact design. Its cost-effectiveness extends to production, transportation, logistics, and installation, giving Inox Wind a competitive advantage in the Indian WTG market.

Mr. Kailash Tarachandani, the CEO of Inox Wind, expressed his satisfaction on the achievement, stating that the successful completion of the comprehensive evaluation and the Type Certification demonstrate the company’s commitment to delivering high-quality, reliable, and high-performance wind turbines to the market. He emphasized that Inox Wind’s 3 MW turbine represents a significant advancement in wind power technology, with an innovative design that promises improved efficiency and performance. The turbine is expected to ensure optimal energy generation at wind sites worldwide. Mr. Tarachandani also revealed that there has been significant interest and inquiries for the turbine across various customer segments. With the Type Certification in place, Inox Wind is now ready to commercially launch its 3 MW state-of-the-art wind turbine, which is anticipated to be the backbone of the company’s future growth.