Statkraft has acquired two companies in onshore and offshore wind power: Njordr Offshore Wind AB, which develops offshore wind power and Svevind Nordic AB, a development company in onshore wind power.
Svevind Nordic, comprising 16 employees, focuses on onshore wind power project development. With an acquisition inclusive of their project pipeline, spanning electricity pricing zones SE1 and SE2, the total potential capacity exceeds 16,000 MW. The most advanced project, Hästliden (600 MW), awaits Swedish government approvals. The plan involves a complete integration of Svevind Nordic into Statkraft's operational framework.
Njordr Offshore Wind, a joint venture between Njordr and Vindkraft Värmland, has developed a portfolio of early-stage offshore wind power projects. The portfolio includes nine projects located in the Swedish part of the Western Sea, the Baltic Sea, the Bothnian Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia. The total potential capacity of the projects is approx. 21 000MW.
Work is now starting to integrate Svevind Nordic and Njordr Offshore Wind into Statkraft's operations. The Svevind brand will remain for other operations that the Svevind Group conducts outside of Sweden. The Njordr Group also has operations in onshore wind and solar power in Sweden, Norway and Finland. These activities are not covered by the transaction.