2017

  • Statkraft and Södra to build advanced biofuel demonstration plant

    15.12.2017 10.00 pressrelease

    Silva Green Fuel AS, a company owned by Statkraft (51%) and Södra (49%) will build a demonstration plant with the objective of producing advanced (second generation) biofuel from forest feedstock. The plant will be located in Tofte in the Norwegian municipality of Hurum. Expected investment costs are NOK 500 million.

  • Statkraft signs power contract with Eramet Norway until 2030

    14.12.2017 15.30 pressrelease

    Statkraft and Eramet Norway have signed a new long-term power contract for the period 2021-2030. The total volume is about 8 TWh and consolidates Statkraft’s role as a large and important partner for power-intensive industries in Norway.

  • Statkraft acquires 50 percent shares of the energy retailer enQu

    28.09.2017 11.00 pressrelease

    Statkraft, Europe’s largest producer of renewable energy, acquires 50 percent shares of the energy retailer enQu. With this transaction Statkraft enters the German energy retail business and will support further growth of enQu.

  • Statkraft and Norfund swapping shares in international hydropower

    27.09.2017 09.04 pressrelease

    Statkraft and Norfund have closed an agreement to swap shares in their jointly owned international hydropower assets.

  • Statkraft Ventures invests in UK’s leading energy start-up Limejump

    27.07.2017 09.09 pressrelease

    London/Düsseldorf, 26 July 2017. Limejump Ltd, UK’s leading next-generation energy utility, has closed a GBP 3 million Series A funding round led by Statkraft Ventures.

  • Greenbird appoints Entrepreneur Bill Joss as Chairman

    05.07.2017 10.00 pressrelease

    Oslo, 5 July 2017. European Smart Meter software company greenbird Integration Technology AS appoints Bill Joss as Chairman of the Board to support international expansion.

  • SCA and Statkraft restructure wind power collaboration

    06.04.2017 12.00 pressrelease

    (Stockholm, 5 April 2017) To streamline their respective roles as land owner and power producer, SCA and Statkraft have agreed to restructure their collaboration in the wind power sector.

  • Statkraft signs first market access agreement in France

    27.03.2017 11.00 pressrelease

    (Lyon/Düsseldorf, 27 March 2017) Statkraft, Europe's largest producer of renewable energy, has closed its first power purchase agreement (PPA) under the new French support mechanism for renewable energies. The company will purchase power and capacity certificates from the wind farm Eole Source de la Sensée Hamelincourt in the North of France. The 6.15 MW wind farm is owned by TTR Energy, an investment fund investing in renewables.

  • Andershaw Wind Farm moves into operation

    10.03.2017 10.00 pressrelease

    (London/Oslo, 8 March 2017) Andershaw Wind Farm, Statkraft's 36.3 megawatt onshore wind project located in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, is now fully operational.