‘Solar power, the quickest path to energy independence’

Solar is set to become the world’s largest source of power generation by 2035, new report suggests

Umicore inks renewable PPAs with Statkraft and Gasum

The PPAs will cover the existing needs of Umicore’s site in Kokkola, where it produces precursor cathode active materials and refines cobalt used in rechargeable batteries for EVs

Ireland sees ‘largest ever’ energy dispatch from battery storage

Statkraft participated in the power dispatch, with its energy storage projects providing more than 60MWh of energy across two hours on 14th July 2022

Hydroelectricity gets German trains on track

German railway operator Deutsche Bahn has signed a procurement deal for hydroelectric power from Norway

Webinar – Location, Location – the challenges to siting onshore wind farms in Scotland

In case you missed this webinar, you can catch up here

bp, Aker and Statkraft join forces for offshore wind in the Norwegian North Sea

bp today agreed to join Statkraft and Aker Offshore Wind in a consortium bidding to develop offshore wind energy in Norway

Business demand for renewable electricity drives strong growth at Bryt Energy

Birmingham-based renewable electricity supplier Bryt Energy was the fastest growing business electricity supplier in Great Britain in 2020

Budget benefits: Why it’s the ideal time for SMEs to invest in optimising their energy

As SMEs across all sectors have been impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, many will have been eagerly awaiting the Chancellor’s latest Budget last month – and it did contain a number of opportunities for smaller businesses

Statkraft to build its first wind farms in the world’s southernmost country Chile

Combined with the company’s existing hydropower assets, Statkraft will reach a generating capacity of 366MW by the end of 2023

Statkraft completes second Irish energy storage project

Europe’s leading producer of renewable energy and route-to-market services, Statkraft, has completed the construction of its second large-scale battery project in Ireland. The Kelwin-2 26MW battery project is located in Tarbert in Co Kerry