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Is data our new renewable resource?

Can mountains of data save the future? We address these and many other questions when 30 clever Statkraft employees come together to compete in a "Hackathon" on digitalisation and the green energy...

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Green steel

With green hydrogen from Statkraft, the rolling furnaces at the CELSA group's steelworks in Mo i Rana, Norway, can become completely emission-free. If the plans are successful, the company can cut...

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Country series: The United States is still a land of opportunity

Since Statkraft opened an office in the U.S. in 2015, the company's U.S. operations have revolved largely around trading in CO2 allowances and renewable energy certificates. Statkraft is now well posi...

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08 Sep, 2022

Developing people in Statkraft

As Statkraft is growing, both organically and through acquisitions, a whole new generation of new leaders has emerged. Many of these new leaders has not had the opportunity of physical leadership trai...

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Numbers we're proud of

  • 70 TWh
    environment-friendly power generation
  • 96%
    renewable energy
  • 3 million
    energy related contracts traded per year

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Ringedalen power plant
Photo: Statkraft
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A sustainable future

Our ambition is to contribute to a more sustainable future by bringing renewable energy to industries, businesses, communities, and homes around the world.

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Statkraft in the world

We develop and operate renewable energy assets across Europe, South America and Asia. Explore our activities below.

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Location: Tidong River
Photo: William Wootton

Why climate change and renewable energy can be difficult topics

Why is it sometimes so hard for neighbours to agree on what is actually happening to the climate?

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