Norway-based consulting firm Det Norske Veritas (DNV) was suspended from its role as a Designated Operating Entity (DOE) on December 2 last year. The suspension was triggered by a spot check on the company's operations last November, where several "non-conformities" with the Kyoto Protocol guidelines were identified.
DNV's chief executive officer Henrik Madsen says the non-conformities have now been corrected. "We took the spot check findings very seriously, and we have allocated our best
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