DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability

DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability has been contributing to the successful growth of the global wind energy industry for over 25 years. DNV KEMA provides a full range of technical risk management services for developers, manufacturers, and financiers investing in wind energy. Our services cover the entire life-cycle of projects and include resource assessment, project due diligence, development assistance, owner’s engineering, accredited testing and instrumentation, wind turbine engineering, type and project certification, marine advisory services, HSE and asset management services.

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Featured Articles & Products

  • DNV KEMA exec discusses new energy storage testing facility and NY-BEST partnership

    Today, we have Rick Fioravanti, a board member with the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (NY-BEST) and DNV KEMA’s energy storage applications vice president.DNV KEMA recently moved its energy storage testing facility to New York and is working with NY-BEST to discover and commercialize technologies that will help move renewables, such as [Read More]

  • DNV KEMA expands energy storage valuation capabilities with launch of service for utilities

      DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability has launched a customized energy storage valuation service tailored to utilities’ growing need to assess storage applications on their system. The services, available immediately, will address the needs generated by actions such as the September 3 preliminary ruling by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), which set a January [Read More]

  • Evaluating ways to extend turbine life past 20 years

    Wind turbines are typically designed for a 20 year life. The decision to operate a turbine past its design life is not without pros and cons. Keeping a turbine in extended operation equates to increased revenue, but also means higher O&M costs and a greater risk of structural failures. These failures are almost always costly, [Read More]