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Becoming a more sustainable energy provider is a critical part of Vattenfall's strategy.
Vattenfall is one of Europe's largest generators of electricity and the largest producer of heat. Our main products are electricity, heat and gas.Our strategic direction includes:
Vision and strategy
"We will build up a market positionas a company that offers smart andsustainable energy solutions." Øystein Løseth, President and CEO
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Vattenfall's R&D contributes to the development of tomorrow's energy system.
Research and Development
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Becoming a more sustainable energy provider is a critical part of Vattenfall's strategy. This is a long-term commitment and we continuously take steps to improve our operations. Our strategy targets are:
Vattenfall will strive for continuous improvement. These ten focus areas are based on a dialogue with its external and internal stakeholders.
Our focus areas
Together, we can help reduce the negative impacts of energy consumption through sustainable energy use.
Safety is an absolute priority for us – we have made it one of Vattenfall's core values. Vattenfall is committed to creat a safe and healthy work environment.
A healthy and safe workplace
Vattenfall's financial and sustainability targets are intended to ensure that Vattenfall creates value and generates a market rate of return, that the company strives for an efficient capital structure, and that its financial risk is kept at a reasonable level.
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Continued positioning for tomorrow’s energy market.
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Annual and sustainability report (digital)
The ongoing inspection of the third cavern in the German nuclear power plant Brunsbüttel reveals that a fourth of 40 barrels containing low and intermediate radioactive waste, show signs of corrosion.
Several environmental organisations will protest against the usage of brown coal for energy production in the Lusatia region this Saturday.
Wind farms can provide valuable feeding opportunities for a large number of seals in the North Sea according to a research study carried out by the University of St Andrews in Scotland.
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As electricity generation increases, a need is growing for intelligent and flexible distribution networks.
The European energy system is about to undergo a major transformation.
Renewable energy sources and more small-scale generation
Electricity and heat are produced from energy sources and each one of them has a number of advantages and disadvantages.
Electricity and heat production
The end use of energy is normally divided into four sectors: industry, transport, residential as well as commercial and public services.
Facts about energy usage