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Vattenfall invests in new German CHP plant

The Swedish energy company is now pumping millions of euros into a new gas-fired combined heat and power plant in Berlin.

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Vattenfall is investing EUR 325 million in a new gas-fired combined heat and power plant (CHP) to be located in Berlin.

The Swedish utility can boast that it is thus contributing to Berlin's ambition of being a front runner in climate-friendly initiatives.

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