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  • Ingrid Bonde joined Vattenfall in May 2012 as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President after one year as a member of the Board of Directors. During these years, both Vattenfall and the industry as a whole have gone through a dramatic shift and Vattenfall has adjusted its strategic direction towards renewable energy sources.

  • Vattenfall has acquired a wind development project consisting of up to 79 turbines in the German North Sea. The acquisition is in line with Vattenfall’s growth strategy to extensively expand its renewable energy production in the coming years.

  • Owing to lower costs and a stable production Vattenfall’s underlying operating profit improved to approximately SEK 11 billion for the first half of the year. However low electricity prices and margins result in a continued challenging market, which has led to significant impairments, mainly for the lignite operations.

  • Vattenfall has decided to invest more than SEK 3 billion in a combined wind farm and technology development centre off the Scottish coast

  • Vattenfall’s interim report for the second quarter and the first half-year of 2016 will be published Thursday July 21 at approximately 09.00 CET on corporate.vattenfall.com. A press conference for analysts and media will start at 10.30 CET and will be broadcasted live on the web.

  • On April 18, 2016 Vattenfall submitted the proposal to sell its German lignite operations to Czech energy company EPH and its financial partner PPF Investments to its owner, the Swedish State. After having reviewed the proposal, the owner has now confirmed that it stands behind the divestment.

  • Vattenfall will invest in Forsmark

    2016-06-15 | Press release

    Vattenfall's Board of Directors has decided to invest in independent core cooling in Forsmark's three nuclear reactors. The next step is a decision by Forsmarks Kraftgrupp AB's Board of Directors which initiates the implementation.

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Last updated: 2014-02-04 10:43