In our magazine People & Power you can read about Statkraft's business and articles about the energy sector. You can download the entire magazine in PDF format.
- No. 3-2016 (Download)
In addition to producing pure energy, hydropower means providing jobs in rural areas, developing infrastructure, and sometimes resolving conflicts.
- No. 2-2016 (Download)
Fosen will be Europe's largest onshore wind farm. What can the project learn from Statkraft's major investment in central Sweden?
- No. 3-2015 (Download)
Executive Vice President Jürgen Tzschoppe has his eye on the future. He believes the eagerness of consumers to find their own power supply solutions will affect the entire energy market.
- No. 2-2015 (Download)
It all began with a small waterfall. 120 years later, CEO Christian Rynning-Tønnesen heads Europe's leading energy company with operations in more than 20 countries.
- No. 1-2015 (Download)
Statkraft's critical data is stored 900 metres inside a mountain, but it takes more than a physical barrier to protect the systems against increasing threats.
- No. 4-2014 (Download)
A glacier front collapsed, and two billion litres of water disappeared. Vidar Riber recently saw the consequences of climate change up close.
- No. 3-2014 (Download)
Main theme: Entering into partnerships allows Statkraft to access new markets, develop expertise and reinvest. Trust, shared goals and values are the keys to success.
- No. 2-2014 (Download)
Main theme:At the foot of the mighty Andes mountains, 900 construction workers are in the process of building a new hydropower plant. Statkraft is an important player in Peru, a country with proud renewable energy traditions.
- No. 1-2014 (Download)
Main theme: Renewable energy plays a decisive role in the new climate economy. Statkraft R&D is fully focused on finding out where power production will be profitable in the future.
- No. 3-2013 (Download)
Main theme: Despite the power surplus, Statkraft is renovating old power plants like never before. Why?
- No. 2-2013 (Download)
Main theme: Sharn Ward works on a unique technique to secure offshore wind energy turbines to the seabed.
- No. 1-2013 (Download)
Main theme: People&Power followed the chief financial officer on one of the most demanding days of the year.
- No. 4-2012 (Download)
Main theme: Dennis van Veelen brought his family with him from Holland to start a new job in Norway. Meet him and other Statkraft employees who have moved.
- No. 3-2012 (Download)
Main theme: A decade of wind
- No. 2-2012 (Download)
Main theme: Making India a little greener
- No. 1-2012 (Download)
Main theme: Preparedness; Conquered the storm
- No. 4-2011 (Download)
Main theme: The alarm goes off at Statkraft's run of river plant when the Weser eels head for the Sargossa sea.
- No. 3-2011 (Download)
Main theme: Geir Asker is Statkraft’s first offshore worker.
- No. 2 - 2011 (Download)
Main theme: Nuclear power in Germany, unrest in the Middle East and wild salmon migration.
- No. 1 - 2011 (Download)
Main theme: HSE to the world. New markets set new requirements for health and safety.
- No. 4 - 2010 (Download)
Main theme:wind makes water even more important Jon Ulrik Haaheim is ready for the next generation of hydropower.
- No. 3 - 2010 (Download)
Main theme:Tending to the water Marilyn Marskar makes sure the hydropower is clean.
- No. 2 - 2010 (Download)
Main theme: Back on top - Christian Rynning-Tønnesen left statkraft in 2005. Now he is back − as CEO.
- No. 1 - 2010 (Download)
Main theme: Anne takes on social responsibility. And now she twitters like never before– on the job.
- No. 4 - 2009 (Download)
Main theme:4000 visitors - “Overwhelming response,” say Abigail and Leanne at the visitors’ centre in Wales.
- No. 3 - 2009 (Download)
Main theme:For the common good, SN Power wants to produce more than clean energy.
- No. 2 - 2009 (Download)
Main theme:Keeper of the Statkraft Jewels - Erling Nystad (pictured) loves power plants.
- No. 1 - 2009 (Download)
Main theme:Operations technician Terje Brandt is working in some of Norway’s most powerful natural scenery – Svartisen.