Sascha is an economist based in Oslo with a passion for working with renewable energy. He is the Head of Origination Germany at Statkraft, where he is responsible for developing new market-oriented concepts for non-subsidized renewable assets and innovative green supply concepts for the industry.
In a recent transaction, he and his team concluded the first post-subsidy PPA with six community wind farms (46 MW) in Germany. For the first time, wind farms in Germany will continue to be operated in the long term after the end of EEG subsidies and will be used to supply industrial companies with green electricity.
Statkraft is Europe’s largest producer of renewable energy and a leading PPA provider. The group brings together electricity producers and companies from trade and industry throughout Europe and develops new concepts that offer added value for both sides.
Prior to joining the Trading & Origination department, Sascha worked in Statkraft’s Corporate Strategy unit, where he participated in various corporate and business strategy projects as well as large scale M&A transactions in South America. In addition, he was involved in developing new solar business models for Statkraft in the UK and Turkey. Before joining Statkraft, Sascha has gained experience in M&A and structured product from working in investment banking.
Sascha holds a MSc. degree in Applied Economics and Finance from Copenhagen Business School with a placement at Bocconi University.