ICC-SWCC Directory of Certified Turbines

ICC-SWCC labels, certificates and summary reports are accessible below for all current certified turbines. Turbines that have applied for, but have not yet been granted certification are also listed.

ICC-SWCC Certification Number Company Turbine Model Standard Original Certification Date Annual Energy Production Sound Level Rated Power Peak Power Status Expiration Date Status
SWCC-11-04SD Wind Energy, Ltd.SD6AWEA 9.1-2009
06/17/20198,950 kWh43.1 dB(A)5.2 kW6.1 kW @ 17m/sCertified07/01/2022Certified
SWCC-18-02Hi VAWT Technology/Colite TechnologiesDS3000AWEA 9.1-2009
05/10/20192,460 kWh42.3 dB(A)1.4 kW1.4 kW @ 10.5 m/sCertified06/01/2022Certified
SWCC-16-05Bergey Windpower Co.Excel 15AWEA 9.1-2009
02/05/202129,800 kWh48.5 dB(A)15.6 kW20.6 kW @ 16 m/sCertified02/01/2022Certified
SWCC-10-16Eveready Diversified Products (Pty) Ltd.Kestrel e400nbAWEA 9.1-2009
02/14/20133,930 kWh55.6 dB(A)2.5 kW3.0 kW @ 19.5 m/sCertified04/01/2022Certified
SWCC-10-12Bergey Windpower Co.Excel 10AWEA 9.1-2009
11/16/201113,800 kWh42.9 dB(A)8.9 kW12.6 kW @ 16.5 m/sCertified12/01/2021Certified
QED Wind Power, LLC.PHX20AWEA 9.1-2009
Application In ProcessApplication In Process

"Limited Power Performance Certification" ICC-SWCC Limited Power Performance (LPP) certification is an optional intermediary step for wind turbine models that have completed power performance testing in accordance with the relevant standard requirements. LPP certification expires within 18 months and the certification must achieve full certification within that time..