Construction of wind turbine at Roan wind farm in Norway.
Statkraft partners up with suppliers that contribute to our strategic target of delivering reliable, renewable and cost competitive energy to our customers.
Our procurement process ensures that all bidders are treated equally, that the process itself is predictable to all participants, and that our decisions are verifiable. Our procurements are conducted in a sustainable and responsible manner and we use suppliers who accept to operate in accordance with Statkraft’s Suppliers Code of Conduct.
How to become a supplier
If you are a supplier targeting the Norwegian, Swedish or German market we recommend that you register in the Utilities Nordics & Central Europe (UNCE) qualification scheme. UNCE is an EU-approved qualification scheme and supplier register for the entire Nordic and Central European energy industry.
If you are a potential supplier to our District Heating activities, you are required to be registered in UNCE in ordered to be considered as a supplier.
All other countries please contact the local procurement department.
All our suppliers must adhere to Statkraft's Supplier Code of Conduct.
Statkraft use JAGGAER One as a holistic platform for sourcing, contract management, supplier management and eProcurement. Qualifications and Request for Proposals are done through invitations only, and are all performed on the Statkraft Procurement Platform.
Responsible supply chain
Statkraft seeks to ensure responsible business practice by avoiding purchases that have adverse impacts on people, society and the environment. Our Supplier Code of Conduct sets out the requirements...
Where we operate
We develop and operate renewable energy assets across Europe, South America and Asia. Explore our activities below.
For energy suppliers
Are you looking to source energy for your end-customers or to optimise your portfolio? Statkraft supplies energy and market-based optimisation services for retail companies in the energy business.