technical guidelines

The FGW Technical Guidelines (since 1998) can be ordered here.

The development of these Technical Guidelines for wind energy plants began in 1992 with the objective of presenting measuring methods allowing determination of reliable and comparable data for wind energy plants based on state-of-the-art technology. The following guidelines are currently available to order in English.

Overview of prices for Technical Guidelines (for non-members)

FGW-members, please email the FGW-office directly.

TG-Nr. Title Languages
9 TG 9 – Determination of high-frequency emissions from renewable energy production units DE, EN
8 TG 8 – Certification of the Electrical Characteristics of Power Generating Units and Systems in Low-, Medium-, High- and Extra-High Voltage Grids DE, EN
7 - Rubrik A1 TG 7 – Technical guidelines for power generating – nominating responsibility DE
7 - Rubrik D3 - Anhang A TG 7 – Technical guidelines for power generating – Attachement A: Global Service Protocol (GSP) DE, EN
7 - Rubrik D3 TG 7 – Technical guidelines for power generating DE, EN
7 - Rubrik D2 TG 7 – Technical Guidelines for Power Generating Units – State-Event-Cause code for power generating units (ZEUS) DE, EN
7 - Rubrik B3 TG 7 – Technical Guidelines for Power Generating Units DE
7 - Rubrik A TG 7 – Operation and maintenance of power plants for renewable energy – General Part DE
6 TG 6 – Determination of wind potential and energy yields DE, EN
5 TG 5 – Determination and application of the reference yields DE
4 TG 4 – Demands on modelling and validating simulation models of the electrical characteristics of power generating units and systems DE, EN
3 TG 3 – Determination of the electrical characteristics of power generating units and systems in medium-, high- and extra-high voltage grids DE, EN
2 TG 2 – Determination of power performance and standardized energy yields DE, EN
1 TG 1 – Determination of noise emission DE
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