System price drops in the UK and across Europe drove down Nordic energy giant Statkraft’s earnings in Q1 2020.
Vattenfall has continued refocusing its business in the UK, with the sale of its electric vehicle (EV) charging network to Statkraft.
Seven European energy giants have penned a letter calling for climate neutrality across the European Union by 2050.
The electrification of transport, buildings and industrial sectors in Europe could cut greenhouse gas emissions of those sectors by 60% between 2020 and 2050, according to a new report.
Five companies are to provide National Grid ESO with inertia without the need to simultaneously provide electricity.
Statkraft has completed an 11MW battery in the Republic of Ireland, set to participate in the DS3 flexibility market.
Statkraft continues European EV charging activity, taking full control of Norwegian charging company Grønn Kontakt.
Statkraft has moved to strengthen its position in Europe’s electric vehicle charging market, acquiring German chargepoint operator E-Wald.
Statkraft has moved to bolster its UK renewables ambitions with the purchase of onshore wind developer Airvolution Clean Energy.