Vattenfall´s CEO commits to the Paris Agreement

In a speech at the White House Leader’s Summit on Climate on Friday, Vattenfall CEO Anna Borg commits to meet the targets in the Paris agreement:

“I commit to make sure that Vattenfall meets the targets in the Paris Agreement: by phasing out fossil emissions from our own operations and by enabling our customers to do the same. Transforming into a sustainable business is not only possible. It is the way to have a competitive edge in the future.”

See the full speech here:
https://group.vattenfall.com/what-we-do/leaders-summit-on-climate

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

 

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