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Remi Eriksen,[1] CEO, DNV GL

Thijs Aarten,[2] CEO, KEMA
Number of employees
15,382 (2015) Parent DNV (74.3%)
Alliander N.V. (25.4%)
Cogas Infra en Beheer B.V. (0.3%)

KEMA (Keuring van Elektrotechnische Materialen te Arnhem) NV, established in 1927,[3] was a global energy consultancy company headquartered in Arnhem, Netherlands. It offered management consulting, technology consulting & services to the energy value chain that include business and technical consultancy, operational support, measurements & inspection, and testing & certification services.

On 22 December 2011, DNV acquired 74.3% of KEMA's shares, creating a global consulting and certification company with 2300 experts located in over 20 countries.[4][5][6][7]

On 12 September 2013, DNV and GL merged into DNV GL, becoming the world's leading ship and offshore classification society. As DNV GL the company will continue to issue KEMA certificates from their laboratories.

History

KEMA was founded in 1927 as the Dutch electricity industry’s Arnhem-based test house, providing electrical safety testing and certification activities.[8]

In the span of eighty years, the company has evolved into a global risk management company actively providing independent applied research and consultancy services via an international network of subsidiaries and agencies.

On 22 December 2011, DNV acquired 74.3% of KEMA's shares, creating a global consulting and certification company within the cleaner energy, sustainability, power generation, transmission and distribution sectors.[4][5][6][7]

On 12 September 2013, DNV and GL merged into DNV GL.

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