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FGW TR10 – Two TÜV SÜD experts approved as first authorised persons


The Advisory Board for EEG Categorisation of the German Wind Energy Association (FGW e.V.) has now approved the first authorised persons for validation of WTG status code lists in accordance with Technical Guideline FGW TR 10.

Hydrogen happens now – Certification of green hydrogen in Europe


Hydrogen will play a decisive role in the energy transition. This is especially true for green hydrogen, which is produced through the use of renewable energies.

TÜV SÜD and CAICT Jointly Organise 2021 Consumer IoT Security Forum


In June, the 2021 Consumer IoT Security Forum organised by TÜV SÜD and China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT) and co-organised by AIoT User Group has been successfully held.

Cybersecurity: TÜV SÜD Division Mobility and SAE collaborate over training for the automotive industry


TÜV SÜD Division Mobility announces a new collaboration with SAE International over cybersecurity training for the automotive industry.

New TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory JIP to address produced water online monitoring standards and practices


A new Joint Industry Project (JIP) has been launched that will support regulatory authorities and industry to establish new standards and practices for the use of online oil-in-water analysers at remote locations.



The latest phase in the upgrading of TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory’s national standard flow measurement facilities has recently been completed with the upgrade of the water flow testing facility.

Sustainability – Accredited companies deliver transparency


Globally recognised sustainability goals are crucial for the protection of our planet and the climate.

New head of TÜV SÜD Advimo as Norbert Rupp succeeds Robert Oettl


Norbert Rupp will take over as CEO of TÜV SÜD Advimo GmbH with effect from 1 June 2021.

UK Government intention to introduce legislation on the cybersecurity of connected Consumer Products


On the 21st April 2021 the UK government announced its intention to legislate the cyber security of connected devices to protect the UK consumer from insecure connected products.

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