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DNV GL and wind turbine blade manufacturer Sinoma have signed a partnership agreement for certification of Sinoma's products manufactured in China.

According to DNV GL, the certification will ensure that onshore and offshore turbines using blades produced by Sinoma comply with international safety and reliability standards throughout their life span.

“Turbine manufacturers constantly work on improving quality and reliability of wind turbine components such as rotor blades and gearboxes,” explains DNV GL’s Daniel Hein. “Certification helps to increase the credibility and trust in the quality of such components.”



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