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Introducing Charlotte HealeyIntroducing Charlotte Healey
Statkraft's Project Manager introduces herself and the project website.
Hear from Derek JamiesonHear from Derek Jamieson
Derek talks about the beginnings of Energy Isles Wind Farm and choosing to work with Statkraft
Webinar: Project Overview heldWebinar: Project Overview held 5 October 2021
A recording of the webinar held on 5 October 2021, the project team provide a project overview and answer questions from the public regarding the revised application submitted in September 2021.
Webinar: Peat & Ecology held 7Webinar: Peat & Ecology held 7 October 2021
A recording of the webinar held to provide more detail on the work behind the revised scheme submitted in September 2021, with a focus on minimising impacts on peat and ecology.
Energy Isles - Project TimelinEnergy Isles - Project Timeline
Watch how the current project has evolved since it was first proposed over six years ago.
Statkraft's story Statkraft's story
Statkraft has been making clean energy possible for over a century. Today, we are Europe’s largest renewable energy producer and a global company in energy market operations.
An emissions free power sectorAn emissions free power sector is in reach
The future is renewable.
Statkraft is the largest producer of renewable energy in Europe, and has been generating fossil free electricity for over 125 years.
By 2050 we will see a transformation of how we produce our electricity globally, shifting from fossil fuels to carbon free sources.
Global Warming CAN be limited Global Warming CAN be limited to 1.5 degrees
The costs of meeting the 1.5-degree target are lower than paying for the consequences of a warmer world, according to Statkraft's Low Emissions Scenario 2019.