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24th May 2023
Vattenfall and Coca-Cola in Sweden electric heavy goods transport

Vattenfall and Coca-Cola in Sweden are investing in electric operation of heavy goods vehicles.

29th October 2021
Upgrade infrastructure to switch to electric transport

Businesses need to upgrade their electric infrastructure today in order to power electric transport fleets tomorrow, said energy firm Vattenfall.

Alternative Energy
21st October 2021
Shift to port electrification: helping to meet zero emissions target

Harbours and ports’ transition to full electrification will be a key contributor in reducing shipping’s output of greenhouse gases, said Vattenfall. Despite transporting around 80% of global trade, shipping accounts for a modest three percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.

16th April 2020
Vattenfall and Hyundai boost electric driving

In a new partnership, Vattenfall and Hyundai have made it possible for Dutch customers to purchase a future-proof charging point and charge card from Vattenfall. This is done at the Hyundai dealer, when buying or leasing a KONA Electric or IONIQ Electric.

Alternative Energy
18th February 2020
Bringing low carbon heating to Scottish homes

Vattenfall has been selected by Midlothian Council as its energy partner in a 50/50 joint venture set to drive the shift towards low carbon heating living in the region. The partnership’s first project will be the installation of an innovative district heating network which will provide heat to new homes at the Shawfair development with a carbon saving of 75% when compared with conventional gas boiler heating. 

4th July 2018
Swedish Energy Agency supports hydrogen gas plant in Gothenburg

Preem and Vattenfall have the shared goal of using hydrogen gas in the large-scale production of renewable fuel. The Swedish Energy Agency, through 'Industriklivet' (Industrial Evolution), will contribute half the cost of SEK 6 million for the preliminary planning of a new fossil-free hydrogen gas plant which, with a capacity of 18 megawatts, is expected to be the largest in Europe.

6th November 2017
Microsoft data centre to be powered entirely by wind

A ten year agreement to power Microsoft’s international data centre operations in the Netherlands with wind power has been signed by Vattenfall. The wind power supply deal is the first to date for Vattenfall to a data centre outside the Nordic countries and the largest in this field based entirely on wind power. According to the agreement, Microsoft will receive 100% of the energy output from Vattenfall’s new onshore wind farm that wi...

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