Company Overview of Vattenfall AB
Vattenfall AB engages in the production, distribution, and sale of electricity and heat in Denmark, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and internationally. The company operates through Customers & Solutions, Power Generation, Wind, Heat, and Distribution segments. It generates electricity primarily through biomass, coal, hydro, natural gas, solar, nuclear, waste, and wind sources. The company is also involved in the sale of gas; district heating and energy trading activities; and provision of energy services, such as charging solutions for electric vehicles, smart plugs, and solar panels. It has approximately 6.2 million electricity customers, 3.2 million electric...
Solna, 169 56
Founded in 1909
Key Executives for Vattenfall AB
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Treasurer and Chief Executive Officer of Vattenfall Treasury AB
Head of Staff Function Legal & Chief Executive Officer Office, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary to the Board
Senior Executive Vice President of Business Area Heat and Mining & Generation
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Vattenfall AB Key Developments
Vattenfall Expects To Divest Moorburg Germany Coal Plant In 5 Years
Sep 19 16
Vattenfall AB expects to divest Moorburg lignite plant in Germany sometime over the next 5 years to a long term owner, Chief Executive Officer Magnus Hall said. He stated that no selling process has been started yet and is open to discussions regarding phasing out of lignite in the Netherlands.
Stefan Dohler Appoints as New Chief Financial Officer of Vattenfall as of 1 December 2016
Sep 15 16
Stefan Dohler has been appointed as new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Vattenfall as of 1 December 2016. Stefan Dohler is currently Senior Vice President for the Business Area Markets and a member of Vattenfall's group executive management team. Stefan Dohler joined HEW, later part of Vattenfall, in 1998. He has since held a number of senior management positions at Vattenfall, within Finance, Networks, Production and Markets. He joined Vattenfall's group executive management team in 2012. Stefan Dohler will succeed Ingrid Bonde who has decided to leave Vattenfall.
Vattenfall AB Wins Coastal Wind Tender in Denmark
Sep 12 16
Vattenfall AB has won Denmark's 350-MW nearshore wind power tender with a bid of DKK 0.475 per kWh. In the tender Vattenfall won the right to build two coastal wind parks, one of 180 MW at Vesterhav Syd and one of 170 MW capacity at Vesterhav Nord. The company's competitors were Wpd Hofor Danish Offshore Consortium and the European Energy Nearshore Consortium, whose bids were not disclosed. Vattenfall says it will initiate final preparations for establishing the wind complex, with a targeted start of construction in 2019. Before that happens, it needs to secure government clearance for the project.
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