Statkraft unveils deal with RWE to manage Irish energy storage projects
Batteries provide key to managing grid stability. Europe’s largest producer of renewable energy, Statkraft, has announced it is to manage and optimise over 68MW of stand-alone battery energy storage projects in Ireland. The projects, located in counties Dublin and Monaghan are being developed by RWE, one of the world’s leading renewables companies.
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For our customers, we provide physical and financial energy solutions. We enable a profitable transition to green. Our team in the UK will help you find your route to net zero.
Country series: Ireland with an ambitious climate action plan
About 10 per cent of Ireland's electricity currently comes from renewable sources, but the country aims to increase this to 70 per cent by 2030.Read more
Our energy sources
Wind power is one of the easiest ways of generating low-cost electricity from renewable energy sources, and plays an important role in meeting the Ireland's energy needs.
The world is embracing solar power on a scale we have never seen before. Statkraft has developed solar power for the past ten years, and our ambitions are high.
Meenwaun Wind Farm, Ireland
125 years of renewable energy
Statkraft has been making clean energy possible for over a century. Statkraft entered UK in 2006 and following growth expanded to Ireland in 2018 given the countries renewables ambition.Read more about our history in Ireland
Numbers we’re proud of
61 TWhEnvironment-friendly power generation
4,000 employeesin 17 countries
Statkraft Ireland develops, owns and operates renewable production facilities. We are also involved in the trading and origination of power from our own projects and those of third parties. Ireland is one of the selected growth markets for wind and solar power in Statkraft, given the country’s significant renewable energy resources, particularly in terms of wind energy. Find out more about our activities in Ireland below: