Dr Bernhard Richter, Germanischer Lloyd, Hamburg, GermanyEfforts by Windpower Monthly to track down "Pegasus" met without success. Ed.
With reference to your article on a co-operation agreement recently signed by Gremach CNC Ltd of Madras with Pegasus Windenergiekonverterbau, supposedly based in Germany (Windpower Monthly, October 1995). Germanischer Lloyd wishes to point out that Pegasus Windenergiekonverterbau, also know as Konrad Petry Windkonverterbau, is attempting to do business using forged Germanischer Lloyd certificates. The "Pegasus 250" wind turbine is claimed to have been certified by Germanischer Lloyd (GL). The certificate used for this purpose is plainly a forgery. The forgery was made by copying the description of the turbine and the name of the company onto a GL certificate for an existing turbine, the Floda 500. Any reference to Germanischer Lloyd in Pegasus Windenergiekonverterbau documents are not in accordance with established facts.
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