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  • A few years from now at the earliest, the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes in Washington will decide on Vattenfall's demand for compensation from the German state for the loss of revenue from its German nuclear power plants.

  • "The outlook for wind power in Europe is very positive and Vattenfall will invest SEK 11 billion in wind projects over the next four years. Renewables will be Vattenfall's core business," says Magnus Hall, CEO of Vattenfall, on the very day the DanTysk offshore wind farm supplied its first electricity to the German power grid.

  • On 1 February 2015 Vattenfall will start to manage a 1.6 MW battery connected to a solar power plant in north-western Brandenburg.

  • Problems with new invoicing system

    2014-11-24 | News item

    Vattenfall's implementation of a new system for handling invoices has caused bigger problems than anybody had counted on. Today there are a considerable amount of unposted invoices awaiting processing in the system. 

  • Lignite in numbers

    2014-11-18 | News item
    Tags: Germany, Coal

    A changed ownership structure for Vattenfall's lignite operations in Germany might affect a total of 8,200 employees of which 7,800 are in the Lusatia region.

  • Fast food and fast charging

    2014-11-17 | News item
    Tags: Sweden, Electric mobility

    Eat a hamburger while charging your electric car at the same time. Vattenfall expects the expansion of its network of fast-charging stations in Sweden to take off thanks to its cooperation with operators such as a fast-food chain.

  • If a telescope works for watching birds, why wouldn't it work to inspect wind turbines?
    Nuon employee Teus van Verseveld quickly found out it works perfectly fine, saving the company both time and money.

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Last updated: 2014-02-04 10:43