The two companies are managed by the same management team, but have a slightly different Board of Directors due to BKK’s (Bergenshalvøens Municipal Power Company) ownership share in Agua Imara AS.

Statkraft is Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy and is the leading power company in Norway. The company owns, produces and develops hydropower, wind power, gas power and district heating. Statkraft is a major player in European power trading and has 3600 employees in more than 20 countries.

See www.statkraft.com for more information.

Norfund (the Norwegian Investment Fund for Developing Countries) is owned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and serves as an instrument in Norwegian development assistance policy. The fund contributes to poverty reduction and economic development through investments in profitable businesses and transfer of knowledge and technology. The current investment portfolio of Norfund totals USD 1.3 billion invested in 107 different projects.

See www.norfund.no for more information.

BKK (Bergenshalvøens Municipal Power Company) has close to 100 years of experience in manufacturing, wholesale and transmission of electric power in Norway. It owns and operates more than 31 hydropower plants with an average annual production of 6.7 TWh.

See www.bkk.no for more information.