Agder Energi Nett renews agreement with Rejlers Elsikkerhet

Energy distribution company Agder Energi Nett is renewing its agreement concerning inspection services in Agder, West. The agreement commences on 1 January 2021 and will run for two years, with the possibility of extension for a further three years.

Rejlers will be responsible for carrying out inspections in the area in close cooperation with the Local Electrical Safety Inspection Authorities (DLE). The tasks range from electrical inspections of residential properties to audits of businesses and electrical contractors, as well as information dissemination.

"We are very pleased to have had Agder Energi Nett’s renewed trust and look forward to continuing our excellent partnership," says Asbjørn Hilde," Head of Rejlers Elsikkerhet in Norway.

The Local Electrical Safety Inspection Authorities (DLE) oversee electrical installations in homes and businesses, as well as electricity enterprises. Energy distribution companies are required to inspect electrical installations within their supply area. The inspections help to prevent accidents and fires with an electrical cause, as around half of all fires occur as a result of faults in electrical systems or the improper use of electrical equipment. 

For more information, please contact:
Petter Arnesen, CEO, Rejlers Norway, +47 951 95 317,
Malin Sparf Rydberg, Head of Communications, +46 70 477 17 00,

About Rejlers
Rejlers is a leading technology consultancy firm in the Nordic region. With our "Home of the learning minds" vision as a guiding light, we create a platform for continuous learning, development and growth. A stronger focus on learning creates added value for both customers and employees. Rejlers has 2,200 dedicated employees with expertise in areas such as energy, industry, infrastructure, telecom and construction. We are close to our customers and have offices in Sweden, Finland, Norway and the United Arab Emirates. Rejlers had a turnover of NOK 2.6 billion in 2019 and the company’s B-shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.