Brynge power plant

Statkraft is the fourth largest energy company in Sweden. Pictured is the Brynge power plant in Northern Sweden. (Photo: Statkraft)

Statkraft Financial Energy and Statkraft Sverige AB are wholly-owned subsidiaries in the Statkraft Group.

Statkraft Financial Energy is a Swedish company with license from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority to trade electricity and execute portfolio management services for clients. The staff has experience from physical power production, financial power market, commodity market and interest and FX market.

Statkraft Sverige AB's focus areas include the operations and maintenance of hydropower plants in Sweden along with related water planning and management.

Statkraft Sverige AB and Statkraft Financial Energy are wholly owned subsidiaries of the Statkraft Group.

Statkraft is currently the fourth largest energy company in Sweden, owning and operating 58 power plants. The hydropower plants are organized under Statkraft Sverige AB, which focuses on operation and maintenance of hydropower plants in Sweden and the associated planning and administration of catchment area.

Statkraft also has several wind power projects in cooperation with SCA andh Södra Skogsägarna in Sweden.

In addition, Statkraft owns and operates five district heating plants in Sweden.

You can find more information on Statkraft's Swedish website.

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