Two serious accidents could well have ended tragically without the quick-witted intervention of R
She receives the newly instituted prize for her efforts to promote diversity and inclusion.
Martijn Hagens, Head of BA Customers & Solutions, talks about Vattenfall’s approach to
A lawyer from Syria and a business economist from Nigeria are two foreign graduates who are worki
Prior to Lennart Nilsson making his breakthrough as a world renowned photographer, he took these
The German sales unit recently acquired its 3,333,333rd customer and decided to surprise this ver
It’s 2016 and many employees are still in the closet at work. So, how open are we at Vattenfall?
Vattenfall’s office in Kolding, Denmark, is a truly multicultural and diverse workplace &nd
Sale of lignite operations, quarterly report and the Annual General Meeting.
Cindy Welcher turned her hobby into a career and found her dream job at Vattenfall: Firefighter
Mette Korsager is responsible for development of all onshore wind farms in Denmark and a manager
A fascination for physical phenomena in nature led to a unique role in Vattenfall’s offshor
Sandra Kischka joined Vattenfall at the time when the company grew to become one of the biggest u
Helga Norrby started by accident at Dutch energy company Nuon, a Vattenfall subsidiary, left for
"The misconception that one has to be big and strong to work as an engineer prevents girls f
Bellevie Landu and around thirty other young people with immigrant backgrounds make their de
News from Vattenfall wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
As the climate negotiations go into overtime, our reporter is back in Sweden celebrating the bear
Pressure is building to deliver a long-awaited new global climate agreement and Vattenfall&r
Ivo Banek’s reflections from Paris today include writing waterfalls, a panel debate, innova
oung people from Vattenfall’s Swedish school project Gnistan (the spark) will present their
As climate talks enter the second week, it is evident that Paris is the world’s climate cap
Read about what Lars and other Vattenfall employees do to live sustainably.
Four days into the climate negotiations, Vattenfall’s Ivo Banek is reading the draft climat
A green, 324-metres high exclamation mark is showing the world the significance of the Paris clim
Day two of the Paris climate summit starts with the first man who flew around the world in a ball
About Parisians who won’t let terror rule their lives, the world's top leaders giving s
"Our thoughts are with the victims and their relatives, and the French nation."
Roofs at Nuon’s Amsterdam headquarters and the Hemweg power plant will be covered by 1,300
Leif Kuhlin, a baker from a small rural town in Sweden, is fascinated by the method of producing
A drone pilot scoping out a giant wind turbine stumbled upon a man sunbathing on top of it.
People are beginning to realize they can take more control over their own energy use including moving from using fossil fuel energy to using clean energy. This transformation represents the future of energy use in America, says President Obama
Vattenfall was there when this year’s Pride Parade in Sto
A small team of seasoned engineers, IT experts and network specialists at Vattenfall invented a l
Dutch sports clubs' energy saving ideas include playing hockey in the dark with glow-in-
Hot and dry or cool and wet?
Lars Joelsson, third generation of the Joelsson dynasty at Vattenfall, is certain: Consumers will
Annika Viklund, recently appointed Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Vattenfall, explains how sh
Hands-on experience is crucial to nuclear safety, in particular concerning unplanned occurrences,
Preppers expect the worst and plan for catastrophes such as lon
Vattenfall will invest roughly EUR 2 billion in Berlin until 2020.
Energy that falls from the sky, a wax engine that runs on lukew
DanTysk is officially inaugurated after great effort by project team headed by Ole Bigum Nielsen.
Vattenfall's new strategic vision has three key features, C
The market conditions are heavily affecting Vattenfall’s result for the first quarter.
Vattenfall will invest in three areas to meet the expectations placed on the company.
A new global survey shows that 14 per cent of the board members of 200 of the world’s large
The Swedish industry risks becoming short of tens of thousands of engineers in a few year’s
One quarter of the engineers at the Stor-Rotliden wind farm in
“Enough is enough”, Mats Sellei thought three years ago when his son, who was nine at
Ever more people are doing it like Margareta Olsson – leaving their car at home and getting
Are you burning a hole in your pocket?
A Facebook data centre in Luleå is just the beginning.
Former Royal Navy submariner Colin Brown is working at the cutting edge of industry efforts to en
It is now more than 40 years since Ringhals nuclear power plant went into operation.
A large part of Vattenfall's activities in northern Sweden affects the everyday life of the
After Vattenfall reduced its presence in Finland a few years ago, the Finnish team decided to prove their worth. They have seen great sales figures this year, and the team is gearing up to win even more electricity customers in the future.
Working at sea is a matter of survival.