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  • Starting April 1, 2017, Eva Halldén will become acting managing director for Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co., SKB.

  • Vattenfall plans to make growth investments of SEK 28 billion in the coming two years, most of which will be invested in renewable energy production. This is in line with the company’s strategy to create a sustainable production portfolio and offer climate-smart solutions with the goal of making the company and the entire chain from suppliers to customers fossil-free.

  • Vattenfall has concluded a major deal with GE Healthcare Life Sciences in Uppsala, with GE selecting Vattenfall as its provider of CO2-neutral district cooling. This is an add-on to the current deal to supply district heating and steam.

  • Preem and Vattenfall have concluded an agreement to investigate the potential of using climate-smart hydrogen gas in the large scale production of biofuel for the Swedish market.

  • BMW i3-batteries for storage projects in Vattenfall wind farms

    Vattenfall and the BMW Group have signed a contract for the delivery of up to 1,000 lithium-ion batteries this year. The batteries with a capacity of 33 kilowatt hours (kWh) each are equipped with a BMW-owned battery management system and are also used by the car manufacturer in the BMW i3

  • Vattenfall is supporting plans to build Europe's largest lithium battery factory in Sweden with a SEK 5 million investment in the project company Northvolt. Demand for batteries and energy storage is expected to increase substantially with the energy transition.

  • SSAB's, LKAB's and Vattenfall's initiative for a carbon-dioxide-free steel industry has gained additional support from The Swedish Energy Agency. Today the agency passed a resolution to finance a 4-year long research project for SEK 99 million. At the same time, the three companies behind the initiative, SSAB, LKAB, and Vattenfall, have decided to form a corporate joint venture to spur on this initiative.

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Last updated: 2016-10-26 14:32