Technical energy consultancy Clean Technology Partners joins DNV

14 September 2022 1 min. read
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Clean Technology Partners, a Melbourne-based renewable energy company, has been acquired by global group DNV.

Founded in 2011, Clean Technology Partners helps clients across sectors with renewable energy projects across the entire project lifecycle, from upfront feasibility studies through to system commissioning and operational troubleshooting.

Since its inception, the firm has completed over 1,500 projects across Australia. “We have built experience in over 3GW of Australian renewable projects and 150MWh of energy storage projects,” said Lachlan Bateman, managing director at Clean Technology Partners.

Technical energy consultancy Clean Technology Partners joins DNV

By joining DNV, a Norwegian-origin testing, certification and technical advisory group for the energy sector (12,000 staff worldwide), Clean Technology Partners will be able to “make more impact in projects and Australia’s broader energy transition space”, said Bateman.

“Joining DNV makes so much sense to us on multiple fronts – from the project work we will be doing right through to our workplace culture. The scale, technical depth and ability of DNV to have an impact on the energy transition is something we are all very excited about.”

Meanwhile, for DNV, the move bolsters its team in Australia with around 20 staff, and deepens its technical advisory services for renewables and power grid markets.

Ditlev Engel, CEO of DNV Energy Systems, said: “Clean Technology Partners brings proven capability to complement the strengths of our existing business and provides additional depth in solar, storage, and hybrid system expertise. Bringing them together with our team will significantly improve our ability to support our clients across the whole energy value chain.”