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Green ammonia: Climate-friendly fuel for long distances and heavy tasks

Everyone is talking about hydrogen, but did you know that ammonia is just as good as an energy carrier and fuel? Conversion from fossil fuels to green ammonia can sharply cut emissions from shipping a...

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15 Jul, 2021 16:01

Statkraft begins work on Ireland’s largest solar farm

Statkraft has begun construction on Ireland’s largest solar farm, which will create enough energy to power over 40,000 homes.

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07 May, 2021 08:00

Who will buy the sun?

Solar PV needs financing to grow fast. Power purchase agreements offer a solution.

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Financial algorithmic trading: Humans and machines join forces

In financial algorithmic trading, expectations of future trends in the energy market are bought and sold based on automated trading patterns. The interaction between machines and humans opens up...

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  • 65 TWh
    environment-friendly power generation
  • 92%
    renewable energy
  • 3 million
    energy related contracts traded per year

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Ringedalen power plant
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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
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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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