Statkraft acquires 346MW in Germany, France

The Norwegian state utility acquires 43 wind farms and boosts its portfolio, slated to expand by at least 2.5GW per year approaching 2025.

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Norwegian state-owned utility Statkraft gains a larger portfolio in Germany and France. In acquiring 39 German and four French wind farms, the company's ambition to up its role as a wind and solar developer is cemented once again.

"Statkraft has an ambition to grow further within hydropower, wind and solar power," says the utility's Executive Vice President for European Wind and Solar Birgitte Ringstad Vartdal.

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