DNV KEMA is committed to driving the transition toward a safe, reliable, effective, and affordable clean energy future.
More often than not, the best sources of power are far away from most energy users, mandating the need for costly long-distance transmission infrastructure. Hydro power is typically located in the mountains, in areas with significant elevation changes. Wind power is best … READ MORE
The Flex Power Grid lab is the ideal environment to develop and perform state-of-the-art tests under controlled conditions for grid operators, manufacturers, researchers and students. The lab is capable of supplying industrial medium-voltages (up to 24 kV) at a … READ MORE
This month marks the grand opening of DNV KEMA’s Smart Grid Interop Lab. For more information, visit Smart Grid Interoperability at DNV KEMA.
In this video from SmartGridSherpa.com, DNV KEMA discusses how the future Smart Grid will manage the discrepancy between peak electricity hours and the variable generation of renewable energy. Discussion of DNV KEMA’s pilot project, PowerMatching City, helps explain the Smart … READ MORE
The Smart Grid provides the possibility of integrating consumers—both residential
and commercial/industrial—with their energy consumption. READ MORE
André Pepitone da Nóbrega is the director of ANEEL, Brazil’s electricity regulatory agency. Working within the regulatory agency for over ten years, Nóbrega has watched the industry move closer toward the smart grid era. He is responsible for conducting the … READ MORE