Vattenfall targets net zero ten years ahead of schedule at no added cost

The Swedish utility accelerates its green ambition and moves its zero-emission target forward by ten years. The investment funds need only be reallocated, says sustainability chief.

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Swedish utility Vattenfall is dialing up on sustainability. With an ambition to achieve net-zero emissions by 2040 rather than 2050, more renewable alternatives must be added to several links in the value chain.

According to Head of Sustainability Annika Ramsköld, the new target should be seen as a matter of course. Companies need to move fast if they are to get ahead of climate requirements.

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