Statkraft urges better conditions for green fuel development

In order to really accelerate the energy transition and create a solid value chain for green fuels, subsidies and political measures are needed, says the Norwegian utility.

Photo: Torbjörn Bergkvist / Statkraft

While the first quarter of 2021 has proven to be a quite positive period for Norwegian state-owned utility Statkraft, there is no time for the company to rest on its laurels if it wants to get ahead.

That's why Statkraft is looking forward to the deals it secured during the past three months, one of which is particularly prominent.

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