Briefing on Vattenfall in Liberia

Swedwatch criticizes Vattenfall for its former investment in a biomass project in Liberia. Vattenfall and Swedfund were minority shareholders in the project from June 2010 until May 2012. The briefing is a follow-up on the report that Swedwatch published in 2013.

Vattenfall's statement on Swedwatch briefing (PDF 195 kB)

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Markus Rauramo, President and CEO of Fortum, Christian Rynning- Tønnesen, President and CEO of Statkraft and Anna Borg, President and CEO of Vattenfall

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