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The IEC System for Certification to Standards Relating to Equipment for Use in Renewable Energy Applications (IECRE System) aims to facilitate international trade in equipment and services for use in Renewable Energy Sectors while maintaining the required level of safety.
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Marine energy is emerging as a huge and potentially unlimited source of power. Oceans cover more than 70% of Earth's surface; they are sources of huge kinetic energy from waves, currents and tides, and of thermal energy in the form of heat they collect from the sun.
As solar power is set to occupy a growing share of the future global energy mix, PV (photovoltaic) energy generation has been expanding dramatically in recent years. With new PV technologies being introduced all the time, a growing number of manufacturers offer many products incorporating PV modules.
In spite of their often relatively simple appearance, wind turbines are sophisticated machines; converting mechanical wind energy to electrical power requires a number of components. The wind energy industry relies on component makers located throughout the world.
The Member Body (MBs) of the IECRE System shall be fully representative of the national conformity assessment community in RE equipment and should include wide representation from industry, regulatory authorities, and standards bodies as well as conformity assessment interests.
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