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Wind, hydroelectric, and solar power currently dominate the renewable power sector, but a new process could usher in a new genre of electric power-generating stations.
MORRISTOWN, N.J., April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The frontiers of green energy are being blazed as much in the boardroom as they are in the natural world. New technologies and new production sources require new business models. Markets have to be developed, prices set, and distribution networks tested.
OSLO, Norway, November 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Statkraft opens the world's first osmotic power prototype.
Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- At the end of 2008 Statkraft (Oslo, Norway) will become the largest producer of renewable energy in Europe.
Norwegian state-owned electricity company Statkraft has decided to purchase all the remaining shares in Catamount Cymru Cyf, the company which owns the rights to build and operate the Blaengwen wind farm in Wales. The purchase is part of Statkraft's wind power focus in Europe.
Norwegian electricity generation company SN Power's owners Statkraft and Norfund have reached an agreement, pursuant to which, Statkraft will purchase 10% of Norfund's shares in SN Power for NOK1.1 billion.
Regulatory News: Boliden Odda AS (STO:BOL) (TSE:BOL) and Norwegian power company Statkraft have entered into agreements for the supply of electricity for the periods 2009-2020 and 2021-2030. The total quantity of electricity supplied under both contracts amounts to 900 GWh/year.
Trondheim Energi has opened the Leirfossene power plant in Sjetnemarka, Trondheim, Norway. The new power plant will produce 193GWh, which will cover the power consumption of approximately 10,000 households. Leirfossene power plant replaces the two power plants Upper and Lower Leirfoss.
Statkraft and Eramet Norway have signed a letter of intent regarding energy recovery from excess gas at the smelting plant in Sauda, Norway. The project will provide more than 100GWh of new electricity per year.
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