Statkraft raises RE ambitions, targets 100TWh by 2030

The Norwegian utility reshuffles corporate management and launches plans for 4GW renewable energy expansion per year going forward.

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Norwegian utility Statkraft is one of Europe’s biggest producers of renewable energy, and now the company aims to grow even bigger.

In a press release, the company reports to have set new targets and reshuffled corporate management while also increasing investments in order to provide an additional 4GW from solar energy, onshore wind energy and battery storage per year towards 2030. This is a significant increase from previous targets of 2.5-3GW more per year.

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