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DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability has joined the ZigBee Alliance as a participant member.

The ZigBee Alliance is a nonprofit group of companies creating wireless solutions for use in energy management, commercial and consumer applications. By providing its broader global testing expertise into the ZigBee domain, DNV KEMA says it can provide a "one-stop shop" for smart metering services.

“After more than a decade and millions of implementations every year, the ZigBee Alliance is playing a major role in how energy is managed and efficiently used across the world,” comments DNV KEMA’s Rob Wilhite. “DNV KEMA is delighted to become a member of the alliance because it supports and enhances our international ambitions to play a vital role in shaping key developments in grid modernization and its impact upon future generations.”



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