Vattenfall’s CEO Anna Borg to attend White House Leaders summit on Climate

Vattenfall's President and CEO, Anna Borg, has been invited by U.S. President Biden to speak at the White House Leaders Summit on Climate.

Anna will discuss how Vattenfall is powering innovation to combat climate change. This is the core of our business strategy to enable fossil-fuel free living within one generation. 

On Friday 23 April, Anna will participate in the session “The innovation agenda to build tomorrow’s clean industries”. She will explain how Vattenfall, together with partners and customers across Europe, is working to phase out fossil fuels. In particular she will highlight how electrification will change industrial sectors, such as through the world's first fossil free steel project, 'HYBRIT', which is a partnership between SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall.

Date and Time: Friday April 23rd CET 14:00-15:00. (NOTE: not 15:00-16:00 as stated earlier)

For further information, please contact:
Natalie Sial, director Media Relations Sweden, +46 70-191 93 61, natalie.sial@vattenfall.com

Vattenfall´s Press Office, +46 8-739 50 10, press@vattenfall.com

Watch Vattenfall's CEO, Anna Borg, talk about innovation at President Biden's Leaders Summit on Climate

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