Specific Testing for the Growing Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicle Market
The growth of the renewable energy and electric vehicle (EV) industry has been explosive over the past decade.
With this explosive growth come challenges. There are a number of power immunity compliance test requirements
for new regulations or standards. These challenges, however, can be met through the coordination of policy,
regulation and innovative technology, making renewable energy, and EV in particular, an optimum source of
power for the future and clean energy.
Grid-Connected Test As renewable power sources become a larger percentage of the grid, utility companies must face a substantial threat to system reliability. There standards or certifications may involve with different purpose of testings.
|Safety Standards||Specific Certifications|
|•UL 1741 for USA||•VDE 0126-1-1 Grid Tie Standard for Germany|
|•IEEE 1547, 1547.1||•RD 1663 for Spain|
|•IEEE C62.41.2 and IEEE C62.45 – Surge||•ER G83/1 or ER G59/1 for the UK|
|•IEEE C37.90.2 – EMI||•AS/NZS 3100 & AS4777 for Australia|
|•CSA C22.2 No 107.1||•CE Marking for Europe|
|•CNCA-CTS for China|
|•DK5940 for Italy|
|•IEC62116-2008 for Anti-Islanding Test|
|•EN50530 for Efficiency Test in EU|