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About Statkraft

Statkraft has been making clean energy possible for over a century. Today, we are Europe’s largest renewable energy producer and a global company in energy market operations.

Statkraft is a leading company in hydropower internationally and Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy. With 4,000 employees in 17 countries, the group produces hydropower, wind power, solar power, gas-fired power and supplies district heating.

​In the UK, Statkraft develops, owns and operates renewable production facilities and manages trading and market operations for these projects and those of third parties. Statkraft is a leading provider of power purchase agreements for renewable energy generators and energy consumers. For the national grid, Statkraft implements grid stability services to support the increase of intermittent renewable energy in the system.

Statkraft is proud to be working in the UK’s wind industry, the country’s single biggest source of renewable power. Onshore wind is the cheapest source of power generation today and with the weather in the UK, which is the windiest country in Europe, it makes sense to harness these resources for our energy needs.​

Statkraft is owned by the Norwegian state and looks back at 125 years of history in renewable energy. 100% of the company’s investments are targeted towards the growth of renewables. 

Our UK headquarters are located in Moorgate in the City of London, with a Scottish office in central Glasgow.

Numbers we’re proud of

  • 61 TWh
    Environment-friendly power generation
  • 93%
    Renewable energy
  • 4,000 employees
    in 17 countries

Powering possibilities


Where we operate in the UK

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