What we do
At Statkraft, we develop and operate renewable energy assets, buy and sell energy and invest 100 per cent of our growth entirely in renewables. We have been making clean energy possible for over a century and continue to lead the way towards a carbon free future.
The Bitdal dam in Norway
Statkraft is the largest producer of hydropower in Europe and ranks in the top ten worldwide. The majority of our energy production is generated through this renewable energy source. The flexibility of our hydropower reservoirs helps balance the intermittent production of our growing wind and solar portfolio.
Roan wind farm in Norway, one of the wind parks included in Fosen Vind.
Statkraft is the largest owner and operator of onshore wind power assets in the Nordics and has a strong track record with developing, constructing and operating wind power plants. Statkraft is currently constructing the largest onshore wind power project in Europe, Fosen Vind in Norway. We are also developing portfolios globally including in Brazil, Chile, India, the UK and Ireland.
Rundedal solar park in the Netherlands
Solar power is the fastest growing renewable energy globally. Statkraft has developed solar projects for over twenty years, is a leading solar developer in the European solar market and plan on growing solar portfolios globally
Renewable energy solutions
Maximising value for our customers
We buy renewable energy from generators, provide them with market access and supply major industrial companies and retailers with CO2 neutral, green energy. We help our customers manage their individual risks and maximise value by handling the complexities of the energy and commodity markets. We understand and match the needs of all parties and enable a profitable transition to green energy.
Maximising value through market activities
Statkraft is one of the most important proprietary traders in the European Energy Market. We trade energy in more than 20 countries and are active in 13 Energy Exchanges. Our main trading desks are located in Oslo, Düsseldorf and London. In addition to power, we trade global gas, oil, oil products, metals and dry bulk in order to understand cross-commodity influences on the power market and to provide additional risk management strategies for Statkraft.
Putting excess energy to good use: Heating and cooling
We use excess heat to heat and cool buildings, towns and cities across the Nordic region. By basing our district heating and cooling services on renewable sources like waste and biofuel, we contribute towards a more climate-friendly energy supply while providing stability and flexibility to our customers.
Enabling green data centres: Green data centres
We facilitate shovel-ready data centre site projects, helping investors reduce risks and time to market. In addition, based on our 125-year legacy as a partner to power intensive industries, we can provide reliable and renewable energy supply for data centres.
Powering EVs with renewables: eMobility solutions
We provide tailored solutions for charging electric vehicles powered by our own renewable energy in Norway, Sweden, Germany and the UK.
Accelerating the green shift: Green hydrogen
We aim to use our renewable energy supply to power electrolysis, providing green hydrogen as a climate-friendly and affordable alternative to fossil fuels for industry customers and the construction and transportation sectors.
The Statkraft story: "We've always been about the future"
"We believe that a fully clean energy world can happen today, not just because it’s right but because it’s better business."
Tomorrow’s energy solutions
By driving technology development, bringing new market solutions to maturity and putting renewable energy to work in new ways, we are leading the shift to renewable energy.Read more