Statkraft Markets GmbH

Derendorfer Allee 2aDE40476Düsseldorf
Phone:+49 (0)211 60 244-100
Fax:+49 (0)211 60 244-199
Powering a green future - We make the energy transition possible!
Description

Statkraft is a pioneer of the energy transition: we have been developing, operating and marketing renewable power plants for over 125 years. 

Profile

We drive the technical and economic integration of renewable energies.

A secure future for your renewable energy plant

As the market leader in direct marketing, Statkraft is a powerful partner that supports developers and operators in the market over the long term – even after the EEG subsidy expires. Over 125 years of experience with our own power plants, in project development as well as in trading create the best conditions for reliable direct marketing. We purchase electricity volumes on fixed terms, assume commercial risks, and thus enable the operation of renewable plants. In addition to standard services such as generation forecasts, marketing of electricity on the spot market and balancing, we support our partners at all times and make everyday energy life easier.

Redispatch 2.0 - New obligations, our service

We take over all services around Redispatch 2.0 - especially the role of the deployment manager (EIV) and the BRT (operator of a technical resource).

Continued operation after expiry of EEG subsidies

The continued operation of wind turbines beyond the expiration of the EEG subsidy remains one of the key issues in the coming years – not only for their operators and owners. Statkraft already offers viable, long-term power purchase agreements that ensure the economic continued operation of existing plants.

Our team is a reliable partner with in-depth know-how. Statkraft makes all this possible not only for wind farms that fall out of subsidy. With our many years of expertise, we also make it possible to generate additional revenue from the marketing of wind turbine flexibility, storage and e-mobility solutions.

We accelerate the expansion of renewable energy

Statkraft has been developing, building, and operating wind farms for more than 20 years, and solar farms for 10 years. We have set ourselves the goal of becoming one of the global leaders in the field.

By 2030, we aim to develop a total of 30 gigawatts of additional renewable capacity worldwide. This would increase our annual electricity generation by up to 50 percent to around 100 terawatt hours per year by the end of the decade. That's a lot of green power to help commercial and residential power consumers reduce their carbon footprint.

Starting in 2025, we plan to bring 2.5 to 3 gigawatts of wind, solar and battery projects online each year. From 2030, we want to increase the target again and develop a total capacity of 4 gigawatts per year.

Solar projects will be a key focus of our growth strategy. According to our forecasts, solar power will account for the largest share of global power generation from 2035. We want to be part of this growth.

More wind and solar power in Germany

Germany is one of our core markets for wind and solar energy. In a few years' time we want to become one of the leading developers in this sector. We are focusing on greenfield projects, taking over repowering or partially developed projects or entire portfolios. We do this independently, or in partnerships with other developers.

In fall 2021, we took over a portfolio of 39 wind farms in Germany with over 180 turbines. We will significantly expand the total capacity of over 300 MW through step-by-step repowering with modern, high-performance turbines.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about direct marketing or specifically about the continued operation of your plants. Are you looking for a partner to realise your wind or solar projects? Please do not hesitate to contact us. You can also meet us in person at wind industry days and trade fairs. Just have a look at our website.

Powering a green future? We make it possible.


Members of:
  • Betreiberbeirat
more data:
  • Founded: 1999
  • Sales: 50.85 bn €
  • Employees: 580