Vibecke Hverven Appointed DNV KEMA Regional Manager

Press Release
Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Vibecke Hverven: Photo credit DNV KEMA

Energy & sustainability advisory company DNV KEMA, appoints new manger for Scandinavia region.

Vibecke Hverven joins DNV KEMA on 1 December with more than seven years of experience as President of Sweco Norge, a leading multidisciplinary consultancy company in the field of sustainable engineering and design. In this role, her main focus was achieving profitable growth through competence building and people development. During her tenure, the company increased the number of employees from 400 to 1100 and turnover increased from NOK 10 million to NOK 110 million.

Prior to her Sweco role, Vibecke Hvernen held senior management positions in Statkraft, the Norwegian renewable energy company. She also has extensive board experience, having served on various councils and boards in the energy and environment sectors in Norway.

“Scandinavia is a key growth area for DNV KEMA because we can leverage the strength of the DNV brand in DNV’s ‘home’ region together with KEMA’s global expertise within power, transmission and distribution. Vibecke Hverven’s leadership experience in the energy sector will help establish us as a leader in this vital region,” says DNV KEMA CEO David Walker.
 

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