Vattenfall in brief
Key facts and figures
Vattenfall held an extraordinary general meeting on 12 December 2017, in order to decide on changed financial targets.View a webcast from the Extraordinary General Meeting (in Swedish)
Read more about the new targets and the dividend policy
Presentations and statementsChairman's address to Extraordinary General Meeting 2017 (PDF 70 kB)
CEO's statement (PDF 187 kB)
Vattenfall takes a big step towards more renewable energy production by choosing Siemens Gamesa to supply the turbines for three offshore wind farms in Denmark.
Read more about the wind power order
Vattenfall presented its financial report for the third quarter 2017 on Friday 27 October.
The report, presentation slides and other material for downloading
Read the Vattenfall AB – Group Presentation 2017.
Vattenfall for a fossil free future (PDF 1 MB)
Vattenfall has signed an electricity supply agreement of approximately 1 TWh annually with leading Finnish steel manufacturer Ovako, enabling improved transparency and electricity cost control for Ovako.
An extraordinary general meeting on Tuesday decided on new financial targets for Vattenfall, including a change in Vattenfall’s profitability target.
Vattenfall AB:s Extraordinary General Meeting regarding the proposal for new financial targets will take place Tuesday 12 December CET 15.00 at Vattenfall’s head office, Evenemangsgatan 13 in Solna, Sweden.
Vattenfall is one of Europe's biggest retailers of electricity and heat and one of the largest producers of electricity and heat.Our four strategic objectives:
Strategy and strategic objectives
Information on the structure of Vattenfall's corporate governance and the reporting structure.
About our corporate governance
Read about Vattenfall's policies and statements.
Policies and management
Statement on slavery and human trafficking
Annual and sustainability report 2017
Annual General Meeting
Interim report January-March
Interim report January-June