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Green light for new company DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability | Europe
 
   

Green light for new company DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability

The new company begins its operations as of today, 29 February 2012, and is led by CEO Thijs Aarten. With over 2,300 experts in more than 30 countries around the world, DNV KEMA is committed to driving the global transition toward a safe, reliable, efficient, and clean energy future. The company is headquartered in Arnhem, the Netherlands and will be part of the DNV Group.

Covering the energy value chain
DNV KEMA's services cover the energy value chain from energy source to end user, including renewable energy, carbon reduction and energy efficiency, power generation, transmission & distribution, and energy-related testing, inspection & certification. The company consists of all, more than 1,800 former KEMA employees, complemented by over 500 employees from DNV?s former renewable energy and sustainability activities. While DNV KEMA?s core markets are in Europe, North America and China, the company will pay special attention to growth regions such as Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and the Middle East which have a strong need for energy expertise.

Significant changes in the global energy sector
Major global trends will have enormous impact on the energy business in the years to come: increase in future electricity demand driven by the growth in global population and wealth; climate change and environmental concerns; finite fossil fuel reserves that cannot meet the future energy demand; and aging energy assets and workforce. Around the globe system-wide changes ? including integration of more renewable power into the energy grids ? will be necessary to guarantee safe, reliable and sustainable energy supply for future generations. At the same time, the role of gas will become increasingly important as gas creates flexibility in accomodating renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy.
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Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2012-03-05