DNV GL merger is approved

The merger between Norway’s DNV and Germany’s GL has been formally approved by competition authorities, with the new entity to be called DNV GL Group becoming operational as from tomorrow.

Henrik Madsen, group chief executive of the new company, tells Recharge that the group will comprise four divisions.

One of those dealing with clean energy will be DNV GL Energy, headquartered in Arnhem, in the Netherlands, employing some 3,000 globally.  “Within this division we will operate four different service lines.”

He says the first of these will be for testing, inspection and certification of electrical equipment, using its big laboratory in Arnhem.  The second will cover wind turbine and offshore project certification, based in Hamburg, Germany.

The third, based in Bristol, England, will centre around wind energy consulting, dealing with Log in to read complete article.

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