Our journey so far
Statkraft entered UK in 2006 and following growth expanded to Ireland in 2018 given the countries renewables ambition.
Statkraft Ireland is joined by Minister Simon Coveney for the official opening of its new office in Cork Airport Business Park. Celebrating five years in Ireland, Statkraft has witnessed significant expansion of its workforce and portfolio over the past five years.
Statkraft and its offshore partners Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) welcome results from the State’s first offshore wind auction in which they secured 500 MW
Statkraft named Ireland’s Best Small Workplace for 2023 at the Great Place to Work awards. Statkraft also recognised as one of the Best Workplaces™ for Women in Ireland.
Statkraft Ireland announces it is to supply Microsoft with 366MW of clean energy in a new deal, using wind and solar power produced by the renewable energy company. The deal is Statkraft’s first Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in Ireland.
Statkraft wins State contracts for one wind and three solar projects, which will produce a total of 360MW of clean energy.
Statkraft Ireland announces that they have been officially recognised as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland in 2022. This is the first year that the company has been ranked and Statkraft is the only renewable energy company to make the list.
Statkraft completes the construction of its second large-scale battery project in Ireland. The Kelwin-2 26MW battery project is located in Tarbert in Co Kerry.
Statkraft welcomes the outcome of Ireland’s first competitive auction under the Government’s new Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS-1) where the company secured contracts for over 330MWs of renewable power including two wind projects (57 MW) and two solar projects (276MWp).
11MW Kerry project represents pioneering departure for Irish energy market.
Statkraft Ireland has completed the acquisition of nine Irish solar projects with a combined output of 320MW.
The first of seven turbines has been erected at Kilathmoy on the Limerick / Kerry border in the south-west of Ireland.
Statkraft has acquired the Irish and UK wind development businesses of the Element Power Group. The transaction provides Statkraft with a large onshore wind development pipeline in Ireland and strengthens Statkraft’s position in the UK. Read the press release here.
Statkraft opens its London office and gains an interest in nine wind farm projects in the UK.
Discover our full history
Statkraft’s history is inextricably linked to the development of renewable energy in Europe. Although Statkraft was not established as an independent enterprise until 1992, our power plants and business operations date back as far as the end of the 19th century, when the power in Norway’s waterfalls was first harnessed.Discover our full history (directs to our global page)