The IEC Technical Committee 88 on Wind Turbines is responsible for preparing international standards for wind turbines that convert wind energy into electrical energy. The standards cover design requirements, engineering integrity, measurement techniques and test procedures. Their purpose is to provide a basis for design, quality assurance and certification. The standards are concerned with all subsystems of wind turbines, such as mechanical and internal electrical systems, support structures and control and protection systems. They are intended to be used together with appropriate IEC/ISO standards.
IEC 61400 consists of the following parts under the general title Wind
Turbine Generator Systems:
Other parts of the IEC 61400 are under preparation by IEC TC 88. A standard on the design requirements for offshore wind turbines is being developed by IEC TC 88.
The website of the Chinese Wind Energy Association (This web page has hyperlinks which may transfer you to third-party website.http://www.cwea.org.cn/main.asp
) contains a list of Chinese national standards on wind turbines.