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Accelerating ahead with hydrogen in the tank
Alongside battery drive, sustainable hydrogen is considered the major enabler when it comes to reducing carbon dioxide emissions from road traffic and other transport. Vattenfall is already ...
Five ways to reduce carbon emissions with hydrogen
Hydrogen is abundant virtually everywhere and could replace fossil fuels in a variety of industrial processes, materials and products and thereby reduce carbon dioxide emissions. However, it...
Vattenfall receives top marks for its sustainability performance for the third time
For the third time in a row, Vattenfall’s sustainability performance receives the highest rating – platinum –from EcoVadis, a leader in sustainability assessments. With a score of 85 out...
Vattenfall and Coca-Cola in Sweden collaborate on electric heavy goods transport
Vattenfall and Coca-Cola in Sweden are investing in electric operation of heavy goods vehicles. Initially, three charging stations for trucks will be installed at Coca-Cola Europacific Partn...
Vattenfall goes the extra mile for dolphins in Denmark
Concerns have been raised that the installation of the monopiles of the Danish Vesterhav North wind farm could cause a small pod of dolphins to leave the area. The dolphins have, however, ne...
Vattenfall and Cara Delevingne launch face mist with emissions from fossil-free hydrogen
British model, actress and climate advocate Cara Delevingne joins forces with Vattenfall to launch the first-ever “Industrial Emissions Face Mist”. The face mist is a way to highlight one of...
Vattenfall replies to open letter by NGOs regarding the use of biomass
On 26 April, an open letter from a number of environmental organisations was sent to several Vattenfall executives. Vattenfall has now replied to the open letter.
Halting climate change can also reduce business risk
Some say investing in new technology to decrease carbon emissions is risky business. Energy utility Vattenfall’s CEO doesn’t: “To me, striving for net zero equals reducing risk. To just cont...
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