Asset manager Greensolver ticks off trio of international standards to provide organizational, environmental and health and safety best practice
Greensolver, the independent wind and solar farm asset manager, has announced that it has successfully attained ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 certification across its operations. This trio of standards confirms the firm’s commitment to the highest possible levels of quality management, sustainability and health and safety.
Although renewable energy is still a relatively new industry, as the technology continues to secure the interest of institutional investors, there is a growing market need for the firms that develop, manage and maintain renewable technologies to adhere to international standards of excellence.
Through securing ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHAS18001 certification, Greensolver is able to provide its clients with the security that their own reporting and management standards are replicated by their suppliers.
Furthermore, compliance with reporting and quality management standards ensures that Greensolver’s products and services, such as the class-leading Greensolver Index, are backed by regulatory approval at the highest level.
Indeed, with ISO55001, the global asset management standard, requiring investors to seek continuous improvement in asset performance, the latest ISO certification for Greensolver is another indication of the firm’s intention to lead the field in renewable energy asset management.
“We have worked hard to secure this latest round of certification, and its award is a vindication of our aim to continuously ensure that Greensolver performs ahead of the competition,” said Guy Auger, Chief Executive Officer, Greensolver.
“Our asset management performance benchmarking tool, Greensolver Index, our client reporting, and our services for wind and solar construction and operation will all be enhanced through ISO certification, ensuring our clients continue to benefit from Greensolver’s best practice.”