Photo: Alexander Hagstadius
As a shareholder in several Norwegian utility companies, we use our own experience and perspectives to develop these companies industrially with the ultimate goal of maximising long-term value creation.
Skagerak Energi AS
Statkraft acquired 34 per cent of SKK and Vestfold Kraft in 2000. In 2001, the two companies were merged to Skagerak Energi and Statkraft increased its ownership to 66.6 per cent.
|Municipality of Skien||15.21%|
|Municipality of Porsgrunn||14.83%|
|Municipality of Bamble||3.34%|
Statkraft acquired an ownership position in Eviny in 1999 and increased ownership to 49.9 per cent in 2002. After sale of 6.5 per cent in 2018/2019, Statkraft’s current ownership is at 43.4 per cent.
|Municipality of Bergen||37.8%|
|Several municipalities and two municipally owned entities (Kraftlag) own the remaining shares||18.8%|
Å Energi AS
Statkraft acquired an ownership position in Å Energi AS in 2002.
|27 municipalities in Agder and Buskerud county own the remaining shares||66,6 %|