WindMade has gathered a team of global sustainability and certification experts to form the WindMade Technical Committee in order to ensure the development of rigorous and relevant standards for the WindMade labels.   The committee consists of representatives from 6 organizations representing a diverse set of perspectives from global NGOs, companies, and sustainability experts. The committee members are listed here for your information.

This committee is responsible for overseeing the development of the technical standards, including facilitation of the public consultation rounds.   


  • AWEA


    AWEA is a national trade association representing wind power project developers, equipment suppliers, services providers, parts manufacturers, utilities, researchers, and others involved in the wind industry. In addition, AWEA represents hundreds of wind energy advocates from around the world.
  • WWF


    WWF is one of the world's largest and most respected independent conservation organizations. It is an independent foundation registered under Swiss law. WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by conserving the world's biological diversity; they also ensure that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.
  • Climate Friendly

    Climate Friendly

    Climate Friendly provides innovative, highest quality carbon management solutions to businesses and individuals globally. Climate Friendly supports energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that effectively keep carbon where it belongs - in the ground. Climate Friendly is a 'profit for purpose' company.
  • Vestas


    Every single day, Vestas wind turbines deliver clean energy that supports the prevention of climate change. Wind power from Vestas' more than 40,000 wind turbines currently reduces carbon emissions by more than 40 million tons of CO2 every year, while at the same time building energy security and independence. Today, Vestas operates in 65 countries, providing jobs for over 20,000 passionate people at our service and project sites, research facilities, factories and offices all over the world.
  • The Gold Standard Foundation

    The Gold Standard Foundation

    The Gold Standard Foundation is a non-profit organization that operates a certification scheme for premium carbon credits. Gold Standard credits (GS-CER and GS-VER) are offered for sale in compliance offset markets established by the Kyoto Protocol and in non-Kyoto voluntary offset markets. The Foundation has trademarked the Gold Standard label, which is today internationally-recognised as the leading indicator of quality in carbon markets.
  • LEGO


    Founded in 1932, the LEGO Group is one of the world's largest toy manufacturers. LEGO® products are sold all over the globe. The LEGO Group is committed to supporting the improvement of issues that concern its stakeholders and has set ambitious renewable energy targets as part of its ‘Environment, Social and Governance’ agenda.