A new report commissioned by Statkraft disseminates the very latest climate science into a clear and digestible read for business leaders. The report highlights the urgency of climate action.
How will climate change affect energy production in different parts of the world? A new R&D programme is set to produce information that may shape investment decisions, energy management, and operation and maintenance in Statkraft.
Norway and Turkey have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, paving the way for closer cooperation on renewable energy.
Statkraft’s CEO Christian Rynning-Tønnesen comments on the rapidly changing European energy market and Statkraft’s position. He also gives his view on leadership.
After four and a half months, the “Munch 150” sesquicentennial exhibition has had 484,325 visitors. This is a record for both the National Gallery and the Munch Museum.
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Friday 27th September 2013 marks the first anniversary of the official opening ceremony of the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm, owned by Statoil and Statkraft. To date, total electricity generation from the wind farm is 1.2 TWh.
Forewind's development consent order application for the first stage of offshore wind energy development on the Dogger Bank Zone has been accepted by the Planning Inspectorate. The application for Dogger Bank Creyke Beck comprises two offshore wind farms with a total installed capacity of up to 2.4 GW. Statkraft is one of four partners in the Forewind consortium.
Biologist and senior environmental advisor at Statkraft, Bjørn Iuell, believes the contrast between black and white might prevent birds from flying into wind turbines. New knowledge from the Smøla wind farm will set the standard for environmentally friendly wind energy in the future.
Athletes from across Scotland ran up a first for the sport at the weekend when they competed in the first and only 10-kilometre course at a Highland wind farm. The race marked the opening of Statkraft's 52.5 MW Baillie Wind Farm.
Statkraft has established its very own Climate Adaptation Panel in order to address climate change challenges.
"Norwegian expertise and solidity are highly sought-after assets. We now have a unique opportunity to participate in the global energy transition," Statkraft President and CEO Christian Rynning-Tønnesen stated Thursday.
Norwegian hydropower reservoirs will be the "green batteries" of the future. These are Norway's five largest power reservoirs measured by the greatest energy content.