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DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability, an energy consulting, testing and certification company, has joined the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA), a not-for-profit trade association focused on policies related to the U.K.'s energy and utilities sector.

"DNV KEMA will play an important role within the EUA, particularly at such a crucial time for smart metering,” says Mike Foster, chief executive of the EUA. “Their expertise at interpreting deep commercial and technical aspects of energy programs strengthens our membership significantly."




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