News 2015/2014

  • A sustainable move

    27.03.2015 news

    She has ownership responsibility for nearly half of Norway's state-owned enterprises, and for the ownership strategy. Minister of Trade and Industry, Monica Mæland, is also the woman who recently secured Statkraft NOK 10 billion in fresh equity. "The world needs more renewable energy," she says in an interview with Statkraft's magazine People & Power.

  • What is Trading & Origination?

    17.03.2015 news

    Watch our new video to get a simple introduction to Statkraft's market operations.

  • Vestas preferred supplier for Fosen and Snillfjord projects

    19.01.2015 news

    Statkraft and Vestas Wind Systems have signed a letter of intent to supply wind turbine generators for the six planned wind farms in Fosen and Snillfjord in mid-Norway.

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  • Billions for renewable energy

    22.12.2014 news

    Over the next four years, Statkraft is planning green investments both in Norway and abroad.

  • Statkraft divests in Sheringham Shoal

    27.11.2014 news

    The UK Green Investment Bank (GIB) has today announced a £240m investment in the UK’s offshore wind sector. GIB is purchasing a 20 per cent stake from Statoil and Statkraft in Scira Offshore Energy Limited (Scira), the owner of Sheringham Shoal offshore wind farm.

  • Norwegian Red Cross, Red Crescent and Statkraft launch aid project

    26.11.2014 news

    Norwegian Red Cross, Statkraft and Turkish Red Crescent yesterday agreed on a unique cooperation among Syrian refugees in the Turkish border areas with Syria.

  • Climate shapers gather at Vang

    18.11.2014 news

    This week, a broad mix of climate scientists, NGO representatives, business executives along with a special royal guest, gathered at Statkraft’s conference centre for lively discussions on climate change.

  • Statkraft to hold first supplier day

    Thursday 4th December Statkraft invites suppliers to the company's headquarters at Lilleaker in Oslo.

  • Taming the forces of nature

    29.10.2014 news

    Per Sanderud, director general of the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE), has a clear message: "Weather will be wilder, warmer and wetter. Climate changes are apparent. We need a completely different extreme weather preparedness now than in the past," he says. He and the NVE are also using their expertise to help other countries establish preparedness against floods, rock and landslides and avalanches.

  • License granted for electricity interconnectors

    13.10.2014 news

    The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has today granted Statnett licenses for two new electricity interconnectors, one to Germany and one to the United Kingdom. In total, this will increase Norway’s interconnection capacity with near 50 percent.