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  • GREAT BRITAIN1 hydropower plantCapacity: 56 MW

    Sites:π Rheidol

    2 onshore wind farmsCapacity: 75.2 MW

    Sites:π Alltwalisπ Baillie


    Sites:π Langwedelπ Dörverdenπ Drakenburgπ Landesbergenπ Schlüsselburg

    π Petershagenπ Werrawerkπ Wahnhausenπ Affoldernπ Erzhausen

    9 run-of-river power plants1 pumped-storage power plantCapacity: 261.5 MW

    2 combined biomass heat and power stationsCapacity: 40 MW

    Sites:π Emdenπ Landesbergen

    Sites:π Herdecke*π Emden**π Landesbergen**π Hürth-Knapsack

    5 gas-fired power plantsCapacity: 2 390 MW

    * Statkraft holds a 50 per cent share.** Power plants in cold reserve: Emden (1 July 2012),

    Landesbergen (1 July 2013).

    In total, Statkraft operates 20 power plants in Germany and Great Britain. The generated energy is marketed through the trading office in Düsseldorf, Germany. All power plants in Germany and Great Britain are administered by the regional technical headquarter in Hürth-Knapsack, Germany.


    Statkraft engages in extensive trading in energy. This trade is based on standardised and customised contracts for power, gas, coal, oil, renewable energy certificates and CO2 certificates. These operations are run from offices in Oslo, Trondheim, Stockholm, Düsseldorf, Amsterdam, London, Istanbul, Sofia, Bucharest and Belgrade.


    π Trading consists of dealing in various standardised products in different European marketplaces.π Gains are realised by the skilful use of fluctuating market prices.π Products mainly consist of power, gas, renewable energy certificates and CO2 certificates.


    π Direct marketing of renewable energy is an alternative to the EEG payment (Renewable Energies Act). It is meant to accustom the EEG plant operators to the competitive environment of the electricity market.π Statkraft has already been directly marketing the power of its partners since 2011.π Since 2012 the power is marketed directly via the market premium model. π By mid-2013 Statkraft had more than 8 000 MW

    under contract.π About half of this generation is controlled by Statkraft’s virtual power plant.


    Virtual power plantπ Statkraft’s virtual power plant networks and controls the decentralised energy generation of a wide range of wind power, solar and/or biomass facilities.π Thereby, generation can be matched with demand.

    π The origination division supplies its customers with tailor-made solutions at the wholesale.π These products are not quoted on any marketplace, so the trading is performed directly between two parties.π The products involved could for instance be long-term power supply agreements which are directly linked to the technical capacity of a power plant. But also the negotiations on supplies to public utility companies and the building of business relationships are part of the activities.


    Time frame from 1 day to 5 years

    contracts per trading day1 240310 000 contracts per year

  • HydropowerNedre Røssåga 2, Norway (100 MW)Kjensvatn, Norway (11 MW)Brokke Nord/Sør, Norway (24 MW)Eiriksdal/Makkoren, Norway (56 MW)9 small-scale hydropower plants, Norway (77 MW)Kargi, Turkey (102 MW)Çetin, Turkey (517 MW)

    Devoll, Albania (243 MW)Cheves, Peru (171 MW)Binga, Philippines (120 MW)Bajo Frio, Panama (56 MW)

    Wind powerMörttjärnberget, Sweden (85 MW)Ögonfägnaden, Sweden (99 MW)Björkhöjden, Sweden (270 MW)

    Tollarpabjär, Sweden (3 MW)Berry Burn, UK (67 MW)

    District heatingSandefjord, Norway (23 MW)Kungsbacka, Sweden (12 MW)


    OUR VALUESπ Competent

    Using knowledge and experience to achieve ambitious goals and be recognised as a leading player.

    π Responsible Creating value, while showing concern for employees, customers, the environment and society in general.

    π Innovative Thinking creatively, identifying opportunities and developing effective solutions.

    Statkraft’s ambition is to become a leading, international company in pure energy.In a world facing major climate challenges, Statkraft’s core activity is currently more sought after and valuable than ever before. The urgent need for more environmentally friendly energy offers growth opportunities for Statkraft.

    Statkraft is in a unique position to contribute to solutions to the global climate challenge, and will also contribute substantially to a positive development of society.

    Statkraft will strengthen its platform, focusing on five strategic areas:

    Flexible power generation in Europe π We will continue our focus on hydro-power in the Nordics and Western Europe, as well as gas-fired power plants. Through operational excellence, refurbishment and upgrades in addition to investments in new capacity, we will maximize the long-term value of these assets.

    Market operations π Based on the historically strong value creation, we will seek new business oppor- tunities in the transforming European energy market and develop market oper-ations in selected international markets where Statkraft has assets.

    Hydropower in emerging markets π Our international hydropower

    developments will focus on building industrial positions in emerging markets in South-East Europe, South America and South Asia, leveraging the core competences within the Group.

    Wind power in Norway, Sweden and the UK π We will focus our wind power develop-ment on onshore wind power in Norway and Sweden, as well as on- and offshore wind power in the UK. Our ambition within offshore wind power is to establish the role as a lead operator in offshore wind.

    District heating in Norway and Swedenπ The district heating business will grow further, focusing on expansion projects in connection with existing activities.


    π Statkraft can trace its history back to 1895, when the Norwegian state acquired its first waterfall for the purpose of hydropower production. Later, after the turn of the century, expansion of power-intensive industry was the driving force behind the construction of several hydropower plants in Norway.

    π After the Second World War the authorities in Norway wanted to realise the enormous potential offered by unutilised hydropower resources, and this second major period of expansion lasted until the mid 1980s.

    π In 1991, the Norwegian power market was the first power market in the world to be deregulated, when it was split into a competitive- and a monopoly-based segment. Statkraft was established in 1992 to take charge of the Norwegian state’s power production and sales. A national power exchange was also established.

    π The last 15 years have been character -ised by growth. Statkraft has invested in several regional power companies in Norway.

    π Statkraft has had a presence as a market player in Sweden since 1996, and has had its own power generation facilities since 2005. In 1998 the company expanded its trading activities to cover the European continent through the establishment of trading offices in the Netherlands and Germany.

    π Statkraft opened its first wind power facility in Smøla, Norway in 2002.

    π District heating in Statkraft started with the acquisition of Trondheim Energiverk in 2002, currently expanded to cover nearly 20 locations in Norway and Sweden

    π The opening of gas-fired plants in Germany in 2007 marked an important milestone. It gave Statkraft its first own production capacity on the European continent, reinforcing the power trading activities.

    π In 2008 Statkraft added 53 hydropower plants to its power plant portfolio, and became the largest renewable energy generator in Europe.

    π Statkraft entered the Turkish electricity market in 2009 and is now operating one and constructing two hydropower plants in Turkey.

    π In 2012 Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm, of which Statkraft owns 50 per cent, opened. This is Statkraft’s first offshore wind power facility.

    π In 2013 Statkraft opened the gas-fired power plant Knapsack II in Germany.



    π Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy.

    π 350 power and district heating plants with a total installed capacity of about 17 000 MW.

    π The hydropower plants have a total annual generation capacity just above 50 TWh.

    π Develops and generates hydropower, wind power, gas power, biomass power and district heating.

    π A leader in onshore wind power in Norway and Sweden, and a significant player in the development of offshore wind farms in the UK.

    π Investing in innovation and new energy solutions.

    π A significant player at the European energy exchanges with cutting-edge expertise in physical and financial energy trading.

    π Delivers electricity and heating to approx. 600 000 customers in Norway and Sweden.

    π Develops hydropower in emerging markets outside Europe through SN Power.

    π 3 600 employees and active in more than 20 countries.

    π More than 100 years of experience as a generator of pure energy.

    π Wholly owned by the Norwegian state.π Gross operating revenues of

    NOK 32.3 billion in 2012.

    Facts and figures per September 2013. Please visit www.statkraft.com for updates.


    HYDROPOWERThe majority of the Statkraft Group’s energy production is generated through hydropower. Production takes place in more than 280 hydro-power plants in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia. Statkraft is also constructing new hydropower plants in Norway, Albania and Turkey. The Group is also developing new production capacity in selected countries in South America and Asia through the company SN Power, in which Statkraft has a 60 per cent shareholding.

    DISTRICT HEATINGStatkraft is focusing on district heating, based on environment-friendly energy sources. In Norway, the Statkraft Group operates district heating plants in 12 different locations. The company also operates four district heating plants in Sweden.

    BIOMASS POWERStatkraft is the owner of two biomass power plants in Germany. The biomass power plants are exclusively fuelled by shredded scrap wood. The utilisation of wood as fuel is CO2-neutral.

    WIND POWERWind power is one of the most environment-friendly forms of energy available for use in large-scale energy production. Statkraft operates onshore wind farms in Norway, Sweden and the UK and has a range of projects under development and construction. In the UK, Statkraft is also involved in the development, construction and operation of large offshore wind farms.

    GAS POWERStatkraft owns four modern gas-fired power plants in Germany and has shareholdings in two other gas-fired plants, one in Germany and one in Norway. We believe our gas-fired power plants will play an important role in balancing the still growing renewable power generated from wind and sun.


    Hydropower operation. Development, construc-tion and operation of on- and offshore wind power together with partners. Trading activities.


    Trading activities


    Development, construction and operation of hydropower, wind power and district heating. Operation of gas power through Naturkraft AS. Trading activities.


    Operation of hydropower and district heating, in addition to wind power development, construction and operation. Trading activities.


    Hydropower operation


    Operation of hydropower, gas power and biomass power. Trading activities.


    Hydropower through SN Power


    Hydropower through SN Power


    Treasury Centre

    Hydropower construction and operation. Trading activities.



    Hydropower construction


    Hydropower through SN Power


    Hydropower through SN Power


    Hydropower through SN Power




    Hydropower through SN Power


    SN Power office


    Hydropower through SN Power


    SN Power office


    Hydropower through SN Power


    Hydropower and wind power through SN Power


    Hydropower development


    Hydropower through SN Power

    Trading activities. Offices in Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia.


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