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Ireland solar wind

Statkraft UK wins 330MW in Ireland’s first renewables auction

Norwegian mega-utility Statkraft has been awarded a total of 330MW of the almost 1.3GW in clean energy capacity for grabs in Ireland’s first renewable energy auction.
grid synchronisation

Statkraft UK partners with GE for ‘green’ stabilisation of UK grid

Norway's Statkraft has partnered with GE Power Conversion, to overcome a challenge by no means unique to the UK - synchronisation, in the face of ever-increasing levels of "non-synchronised" generation such as renewable energy.
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Statkraft to begin construction of floating solar plant on hydropower dam

Norwegian renewable energy major Statkraft has announced that, along with supplier Ocean Sun, it is ready to start the construction of a 2MWp floating solar pilot project in the reservoir of the 72MW Banja hydropower plant in Albania.
UK EV

Norway’s Statkraft acquires Vattenfall’s UK EV business

Europe's largest producer of renewable energy, Statkraft has acquired fellow Scandinavian giant Vattenfall's UK electric vehicle (EV) business via another recent UK EV business acquisition, Gronn Kontakt UK Ltd.
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Emerging platform business models disrupting utilities

n this episode Steffen Funck from Statkraft Ventures GmbH shares his insights on the platform business model and how it is changing utility strategies and mindsets.
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Statkraft UK pledges to 2030 gender diversity target

Statkraft UK has announced a new goal of improving gender diversity in the workplace.
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Energy industry reacts to new European Climate Law

Twelve leading European energy companies sent a joint letter to Green Deal executive vice-president Frans Timmermans in advance of the commission's official announcement of the much-anticipated European Climate Law calling for ambitious legislation that recognizes the benefits of an energy system based on renewables.
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Statkraft unveils its first Irish energy storage project

Statkraft has completed the 11-megawatt (MW) Kerry battery project in Ireland.

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