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Organised in two regions: Nordic and Continental/UK, Vattenfall is one of Europe's largest producers of electricity and the largest producer of heat.
Vattenfall - facts and figures
Vattenfall sees significant growth opportunities within wind power and continue to expand offshore wind in the North Sea and onshore in prioritised markets including the UK.
Our current projects
The Group's ambition is to achieve more sustainable energy production, foster sustainable consumption of electricity, gas and heat, and generate a sustainable financial result.
Annual and sustainability report 2014
Vattenfall has deep roots in the communities in which the company operates. Through our local and national sponsorship programmes, we endeavour to support these communities.
Read about our sponsorship work
Vattenfall to invest £150,000 a year in local causes for 20-year lifetime of EOWDC
Major contract helps secure 12 jobs for three years
Plans for a new Thanet offshore wind farm has the backing of a majority of those most affected, an independent survey has found.
Find images of wind turbines, power plants, energy and much more.
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Our blogs help keep communities up-to-date on activities around key wind farm projects.
Latest blog articles
Our main products are electricity, heat and natural gas.
Strategic focus areas are:
Mission, vision and strategy
Vattenfall's research and development contributes to the development of future energy.
We have a history going back over 100 years and many stories to tell from the start right down to today.
Our history - the short version
Our three core values are a natural part of our daily work, and guide us in everything we do.
Read more about Vattenfall's core values
We are always looking for new talent with the right skills to our company.
Read more about Vattenfall's trainee program
The overall ambition is to firmly establish diversity as a natural part of our daily business lives by increasing knowledge and acceptance.
More about diversity
As an employee at Vattenfall you can expect recognition, competitive compensation and benefit packages.
Compensation and benefits
Where and how is energy traded? What affects the price?
How is energy used? Can it be done more efficiently?
Where do electricity and heat come from? What sources are available?
Electricity and heat production
The European energy system is facing a major change.
The new energy landscape