Vattenfall prepares for new investments

With divestments and financial disputes settled, the Swedish utility looks forward to increasing its renewable energy portfolio on its mission to become fossil-free within one generation.

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The past six months have been a bright spot for Swedish utility Vattenfall, especially when compared to 2020, which was dominated by low power prices and, not least of all, the global pandemic.

Vattenfall is no longer just recovering. The company is back on track now.

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