2015

  • Second hydropower plant opened in Turkey

    26.08.2015 news

    Statkraft opened its second power plant in Turkey, Kargi Kizilirmak hydropower plant on August 26, 2015. With Kargi fully operational, Statkraft has quintupled its capacity in the country, providing just above 1 percent of Turkey’s annual hydropower generation.

    Statkraft CEO and Turkish energy minister Hydropower
  • Launch of battery project in Germany

    27.07.2015 news

    Statkraft has started construction works for a 3 MW battery project at the site of the Dörverden run-of-river power plant.

  • Purchase of Desenvix shares completed

    13.07.2015 news

    (Oslo/Florianopolis, July 13, 2015) Today, Statkraft completed the acquisition of all Jackson Group’s shares in Desenvix, which owns, operates and maintains power plants and wind farms in Brazil.

  • Seizing the global opportunity - The 2015 New Climate Economy Report

    07.07.2015 news

    Sustained growth and climate action can and must be achieved together. The goals to end extreme poverty and secure a safe climate are within reach provided the right measures are done. This is the main message in the new report from the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate.

  • "A force of change"

    02.07.2015 news

    Statkraft is a company for the future with its strong commitment in renewable energy, writes Bente E. Engesland, head of Corporate Communication in Statkraft, in this editorial article.

    Waterfall Hydropower
  • Will study alternative plan for wind power in Central Norway

    25.06.2015 15.07 pressrelease

    Statkraft, TrønderEnergi, NTE, Agder Energi and Statnett have agreed to conduct a new assessment of the possibility of developing wind power projects totalling 1000 MW in Central Norway.

  • Statkraft halts wind power planning in Central Norway

    04.06.2015 09.00 pressrelease

    Statkraft has decided not to invest in the Fosen and Snillfjord projects in Central Norway. Lower power and electricity certificate prices in the Nordic region have made the projects unprofitable.

  • Christian Rynning-Tønnesen joins global climate commission

    30.04.2015 news

    CEO Christian Rynning-Tønnesen has been invited to join The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate.

  • Statkraft donates NOK 500.000 to Red Cross Norway’s relief work in Nepal

    26.04.2015 news

    Statkraft donates NOK 500.000 to the relief work following the earthquake in Nepal. The funds will be channeled through Red Cross Norway, of which we are a major partner. Since 1995, Statkraft has been conducting hydropower activities in Nepal.

  • A sustainable move

    27.03.2015 news

    She has ownership responsibility for nearly half of Norway's state-owned enterprises, and for the ownership strategy. Minister of Trade and Industry, Monica Mæland, is also the woman who recently secured Statkraft NOK 10 billion in fresh equity. "The world needs more renewable energy," she says in an interview with Statkraft's magazine People & Power.