Statkraft doubles international investments, expands portfolio

The Norwegian utility once again requests better framework conditions for green fuels and targets a doubling in earnings from international projects approaching 2030.

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Future energy has many branches. While some countries have only just gotten started on solar and wind energy in earnest, others are looking into how the green power generated by existing facilities can be spread out to other industries.

Norwegian state-owned utility Statkraft invited to a talk on Friday concerning future power solutions and the technologies growing out of them. As has been the case for most events recently, the talk was held digitally.

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