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Greenstat is issuing shares in Q1-2023 to secure capital for further growth and realization of planned renewable energy projects. The company is well-positioned with ownership spanning several projects and companies within our focus areas: hydrogen, solar energy, industrial wind, and energy stations.
Read more about the company and five good reasons to invest in Greenstat:
As a company by and for the public, we invest in establishments with long-term
environmental and economic value creation. As an energy company, we develop and own
projects and companies that create green value and work towards a zero-emission society.
By focusing on energy production such as wind and solar power, the production of the energy
carrier hydrogen, and offering analysis around profitable green transition, we will not only
provide long-term returns, but also a crucial service that is required to reach international
Greenstat was established January 19th 2015 as a subsidiary company of Christian Michelsen Research (now NORCE). The company’s main offices are in Bergen.
Greenstat was established on the 19th of January 2015 as a subsidiary of Christian Michelsen Research (now NORCE).
GREENSTAT EXPANDS INTERNATIONALLY
Greenstat Hydrogen India Pvt Ltd. opens in Mumbai - this is the company's first international venture.
AKER BECOMES THE MAJOR STOCKHOLDER
Greenstat signs a strategic partnership with Aker's new hydrogen company: Aker Clean Hydrogen. At the same time, Aker invests 60,5 MNOK in Greenstat and becomes the company's largest shareholder.
GREENSTAT RECEIVES KEY FINANCING FOR THREE LARGE HYDROGEN PROJECTS
These large contributions from Enova will create ripple effects and more opportunities for hydrogen production in Norway as well as be vital for the development of several of Greenstat's key hydrogen projects.