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UL Renewable Energy Services Overview

UL now delivers an extensive portfolio of renewable energy services, following the acquisition of AWS Truepower (2016) and DEWI (2012). We support wind and solar projects, battery and energy storage systems, and e-mobility, and our services encompass testing, inspection, certification, verification, auditing, training, and expert advice from project inception to decommissioning. Our goal is to empower trust throughout the project lifecycle and across the supply chain. Download


UL Renewables Wind Project Services Qualifications

Access to the top industry experts and tools is critical for project success. Our staff of engineers, meteorologists, and environmental specialists provide clients with comprehensive consulting services, independent engineering, technical advisory, and data and software solutions that span the entire project lifecycle. Download to learn more about our services in Feasibility, Development, Pre-Construction, Financing, and Operations. Download


UL Renewables Grid Solutions Qualifications

We provide renewable energy forecasting services for over 60 GW of centralized and distributed wind and solar generation capacity across the world, including two-thirds of the capacity in North America. Find out more about our forecasting services for energy integration, grid management and planning services, and atmospheric modeling and applied research. Download


UL Renewables Software Brochure

AWS Truepower offers a range of software products to support the development, assessment, and operation of renewable energy projects. These products leverage our knowledge and expertise to enable your team to do its work more productively, effectively and the option to work more independently. Download this brochure to learn more about each of the individual products and our comprehensive Wind Developer Suite. Download


UL Renewables Due Diligence Qualifications for Europe, Middle East & Africa

Understanding and mitigating the risks associated with renewable energy projects is critical for developers, lenders and investors alike. As one of the world’s leading and most experienced renewable energy technical advisors, AWS Truepower (AWST) provides comprehensive, flexible and timely due diligence services for the wind and solar industries. Learn more about our Technical Advisory, Independent Engineering, and Construction Monitoring services and experience, specifically in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Download


UL Renewables Power Performance Testing Qualifications

Testing performance is essential to ensuring that turbine and plant performance meet expectations and contractual obligations. Learn more about how we can help you calibrate and verify site-specific power curves in order to benchmark and manage performance expectations with turbine suppliers. Download


UL Renewables Global Due Diligence Qualifications

Understanding and mitigating the risks associated with renewable energy projects is critical for developers, lenders and investors alike. As one of the world’s leading and most experienced renewable energy technical advisors, AWS Truepower (AWST) provides comprehensive, flexible and timely due diligence services for the wind and solar industries. Learn more about our Technical Advisory, Independent Engineering, and Construction Monitoring services and experience around the globe. Download


Wind Trends Bulletin – May 2017

Monthly wind performance maps for May 2017, show deviations in the wind resource from average May conditions in every region of the world. Download


Wind Trends Bulletin – Q1 2017

According to AWS Truepower’s Wind Trends maps and Wind Index, in the first quarter of 2017, winds were above-normal relative to the long-term, first quarter norm (1988-2014) across much of the United States, Canada, and eastern Brazil. Winds were below-normal across most of Europe and Asia. Above-normal winds overspread much of the United States since the previous quarter. Most wind-producing areas experienced winds 0% to 3% above the norm. Download


Wind Trends Bulletin – April 2017

Monthly wind performance maps for April 2017, show deviations in the wind resource from average April conditions in every region of the world. Download


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