Statkraft

We are part of the Statkraft Group, a leading international hydropower company and Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy.

CREATING TOMORROW’S ENERGY WORLD, TODAY.

Spanning across 19 countries, Statkraft develop and operate renewable energy assets, buy and sell energy and invest 100% of growth into renewables.

 

As Europe’s largest renewable energy producer, they’re leading the way towards a carbon free future.

STATKRAFT AND BRYT ENERGY

In 2016, Statkraft partnered with MEA, experts in the UK energy retail industry. They combined their expertise to establish us, Bryt Energy, to offer British businesses zero carbon, 100% renewable electricity.

In 2020, we became 100% owned by Statkraft. With their 125 years of renewable experience, you can be sure we’re a reliable, secure and trusted electricity company.

STATKRAFT IN THE UK

Projects

Statkraft has invested £1.4 billion in the UK’s renewable energy infrastructure since 2006. From onshore wind farms in Scotland and solar projects in England, to hydropower stations in Wales, Statkraft are harnessing natural resources to bring renewable electricity to homes and businesses.

Markets

Statkraft is a leading provider of long-term power purchase agreements in the UK, and they also trade a wide range of renewable energy certificates. Alongside this, Statkraft help to maximise the value of grid-scale batteries and flexible generation, with their route-to-market services.

EVs

Also part of the Statkraft group, Mer is a European EV charging company, active in the UK, Norway, Germany, Sweden and Austria. In the UK, they offer public EV charging infrastructure, along with workplace and fleet charging for businesses.

Discover our heritage

To learn more about Statkraft and their work across the globe, or to read their latest analysis on our future energy world, take a look below.

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