Sweden Vattenfall's seminar on basic industries is one of the key seminars at Almedalen, acco
Nuon employees got new insights when they were invited to join the Muslim fasting month.
Vattenfall has produced a proposal in conjunction with Fortum and Statkraft to rectify shortcomin
Magnus Hall, Vattenfall’s President and CEO, has been elected Vice President of Eurelectric
Even though the USA is pulling out of the climate change deal, the Paris agreement stands firm as
Vattenfall stands up for knowledge and science.
After protracted negotiations, the EU's member states have agreed to strengthen the EU ETS.
In a joint letter to Members of Parliament, the four largest Nordic utilities - Dong, Fortum, Statkraft and Vattenfall – stress the need to strengthen the EU ETS beyond the European Commission’s legislative proposal that was put forward in 2015.
On the last day of the climate conference in Marrakech, 196 countries reaffirmed commitment to th
Vattenfall’s COP22 attendee takes a look at why climate change impacts women most and gets
The urgency to act and to increase ambitions is stressed by the leaders of states and governments
In today’s coverage from the climate meeting in Marrakech we can sense the magic atmosphere
Youth demanding a greater role in climate and highlighting e-mobility concluded week one of
Delegates at the climate summit in Marrakech awoke to the news that climate sceptic Donald Trump
The UN Climate Change Conference COP22 starts today in Marrakech.
EU countries have agreed to formally approve last year's major climate agreement in Paris.
Violation of human rights is still an issue in parts of Colombia. Vattenfall has intensified its efforts to improve the situation.
"The most important components for us are that the politicians have decided to phase out, an
"The direction so far has been too cautious, because it doesn't take into account neither the ambitious targets agreed by member states in the Paris Agreement, nor the structural problems with the large oversupply of allowances in the system. It is quite simply inadequate"
As the lignite sale continues to be one of the hottest topics in the energy debate in Sweden, Vattenfall’s energy policy expert shares her viewpoint on the impact for lignite and the German energy transition.
The three largest Nordic utilities Fortum, Statkraft and Vattenfall call for three immediate actions to improve the EU carbon market.
Vattenfall gained two new board members on 27 April at an Annual General Meeting which was domina
The theme of the World Economic Forum in Davos is the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which will ha
Sabine Froning, Head of Vattenfall’s PRA and Stakeholder Relations, is cautiously optimisti
What happens at the climate change conference in Paris and why is it important?
A new version of the negotiating text for UN’s Climate Change Conference in Paris in Decemb
Major new report highlights how a host of established and emerging technologies could deliver a global decarbonised power system.
Analyses of the climate pledges that 140 countries have submitted ahead of the climate meeting in
The world’s third biggest greenhouse gas emitter says it will source 40% of its electricity from non-fossil fuel sources.
See what the G20 nations are prepared to do to rein in fossil-fuel emissions as part of their contribution to a new deal to fight climate change.
China will start the world’s largest carbon-trading system by 2017.
The Dutch government will appeal the ruling by the Hague District Court to reduce Dutch greenhous
“The energy sector will develop outside of energy companies,” predicts Ad van Wijk, one of Europe’s most influential energy thinkers.
Ministers will appeal a court decision forcing the government in the Netherlands to increase cuts to greenhouse gas emissions.
With less than 100 days left to the climate summit in Paris, concerns are raised of the slow pace
President Obama has launched a proposal for the USA to greatly reduce the greenhouse gas emission
Vattenfall was there when this year’s Pride Parade in Sto
Waste is increasingly making the journey across borders to be recycled or used as fuel for heat a
The European energy union is a declaration of solidarity and it will be an important tool for the
The Netherlands must increase its efforts to reduce greenhouse gases after a ruling by the Hague
The Dutch government has to protect its citizens and cut carbon emissions by 25 percent, a Dutch court ruled.
Germany and its “electric neighbours” agree to avoid price caps in wholesale power markets and to reduce restrictions of cross border trade in times of scarcity.
Agreement among world leaders a strong signal to the climate change conference in Paris.
Why is a new global agreement on climate change important and what can we expect from the climate meeting in Paris?
Germany and its neighbouring countries have agreed to let the market determine wholesale power prices even if this means soaring prices at times of high demand.
New study: Top energy firms are responsible for 31% of global emissions.
Vattenfall will invest roughly EUR 2 billion in Berlin until 2020.
European energy ministers recently discussed the opportunities
Vattenfall's new strategic vision has three key features, C
A new global survey shows that 14 per cent of the board members of 200 of the world’s large
The Paris climate talks should spell out what concrete steps governments need to take to change their energy systems.
Ten to 17 GW of conventional generation capacity in Europe coul
Vattenfall's CEO Magnus Hall welcomes the energy commission that is now starting its work on energy policy direction.
Is there a dark side to the German Energiewende?
What do the proposals mean and what's the response?
The European commission has presented its plan to harmonise the energy systems of member states.
The EU has taken a major step forward in the creation of an int
UN climate talks in Geneva have ended with agreement on a formal draft negotiating text for the summit in Paris in December.
The European Commission has launched an initiative to create a European Energy Union to “reform how Europe produces, transports and consumes energy.”
Berlin’s electricity grid was divided into East and West