Sheringham Shoal offshore wind farm. (Photo: Charles Hodge Photography)
Statkraft is Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy and has operated in the UK since 2006. Statkraft UK owns and operates four onshore wind farms and one hydropower plant in the UK. In addition, Statkraft is a major investor in offshore wind farms off the coast of England.
Statkraft UK’s generation portfolio includes four onshore wind farms in Wales and Scotland, and Rheidol Hydropower Plant near Aberystwyth in Mid-Wales.
Statkraft UK is a major shareholder in offshore wind farms in operation, under construction and under development.
Statkraft has played a hugely successful role in the offshore wind industry since making our entrance in 2009. We have been a leading voice in championing cost reduction for future projects, as well as pioneering innovative developments in operations and maintenance. Both of which will help shape the offshore industry in the next decade.
As Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy, Statkraft will continue to play a substantial role in driving forward developments in the renewables industry both in the UK and other markets around the world.
Alltwalis wind farm is located near Brechfa Forest to the north of the town of Carmarthen in Wales, United Kingdom.
Andershaw wind farm is located to the south of Glasgow in South Lanarkshire in Scotland, United Kingdom.
Baillie wind farm is located to the west of the town of Thurso in the Highlands area of Northern Scotland, United Kingdom.
Berry Burn wind farm is located near the town of Inverness in the Highlands area of Northern Scotland, United Kingdom.
Rheidol hydropower plant is located near the town of Aberystwyth in the Ceredigion area in Mid-Wales, United Kingdom.
Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm is located between 17 and 23 kilometres off the coast of North Norfolk in England, United Kingdom.