Statkraft’s Low Emissions Scenario: The energy world towards 2050
Statkraft’s Low Emissions Scenario is an extensive analysis of the energy market moving towards 2050. Learn all about it here.Low emission scenario
What can we do for you?
For our customers, we provide physical and financial energy solutions. We enable a profitable transition to green. Our team in the UK will help you find your route to net zero.
UK energy ambitions; Are we doing enough?
In the summer of 2019, the UK Government became the first major economy to pass laws to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. This was an ambitious target, overtaking the previous...Read more
Greener Grid Parks
As Great Britain generates increasing amounts of electricity from renewable sources, storage and innovative grid management is an essential component of a successful transition to a Net Zero energy...Read more
Our energy sources
Statkraft currently has four wind farms in operation across the UK, and a number of projects under development.
Statkraft is a leading solar developer in the European market, having built over 100 projects in the UK alone.
Statkraft has more than a 120 years’ experience with hydropower, and is the largest producer of electricity from hydropower in Europe. Statkraft own and operate the hydropower plant in Rheidol, Wales.
A pipeline inspection from Glomfjord in 1918 before HSSE was a focus.
Our history in the UK
Statkraft has been making clean energy possible for over a century. It began with hydropower in Norway, and expanded globally to harness a diverse and flexible supply of water, sun and wind. In 2006, our first office in the UK was established.Read more about our history in the UK
Numbers we’re proud of
65 TWhEnvironment-friendly power generation
4,500 employeesin 17 countries
Statkraft in the UK
In the UK, Statkraft develops, owns and operates renewable production facilities and manages trading and market operations for hydropower, wind and solar projects and those of third parties. Find out more about our activities below: