United Nations conference – COP21
Taking global action for the climate
Wind and water – important for Vattenfall
Explore our power plants around Europe
Presentation slides and other material for the press conference are available for downloading. Third quarter 2015 report (PDF 785 kB)
The report and presentation slides for the press conference
Vattenfall has a responsibility that goes beyond its own organisation to ensure sustainability in the supply chain.Sustainability in the supply chain
Biomass, wind, hydro and sun are all renewable energy sources. They often have an irregular output.Renewable energy sources
Together, we can reduce the negative impacts of energy consumption through efficient energy use.
Offering sustainable solutions
Rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) on Friday announced that the equity content on Vattenfall’s outstanding hybrid bonds has been restored to “intermediate” (50%) from “minimal” (0%).
Vattenfall on Friday priced a hybrid bond issue of USD 400 million (approximately SEK 3.5 billion). The proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes.
The sale of a number of smaller wind farms on Jutland will allow Vattenfall, Denmark's largest operator and owner of onshore wind farms, to focus specifically on large onshore and offshore wind power projects.
Vattenfall is one of Europe's largest generators of electricity and one of the largest producer of heat. Our strategic direction includes:
Strategy and focus areas
Information on the structure of Vattenfall's corporate governance and the reporting structure.
About our Corporate governance
We have a history going back over 100 years and many stories to tell from the start right down to today.Our history - the short version
To Vattenfall history site