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DNV GL Receives APS's Supplier of the Year Award.

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DNV GL has been awarded Arizona Public Service Company (APS) 2017 Supplier of the Year Award for Customer Service in recognition of its work helping APS deliver the Solutions for Business energy efficiency program. DNV GL was selected for this award for its willingness to go above and beyond the contract and the leadership it provides for the Solutions for Business program. DNV GL has achieved APS's energy efficiency savings and customer satisfaction goals for the 10 years that DNV GL has been implementing the Solutions for Business program. The program has provided $1.5 billion lifetime customer bill savings and, since 2006, has paid out $150 million in rebates to APS customers.

APS's Supplier of the Year awards program was established to recognize the importance of outstanding supplier relationships. Award recipients are nominated by APS employees and selected based on each company's performance in the specific focus area.

"DNV GL is proud to be recognized for our 10 years of success working with APS," said Richard Barnes, executive vice president of Sustainable Use Services at DNV GL. "That we were recognized for our ability to achieve customer satisfaction goals is especially gratifying. The energy landscape and customer needs are constantly evolving, and we are glad that we are able to respond and innovate in that environment."

Business | News published on 13 / 04 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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