Sustainability report and rankings

In our sustainability reporting, we want to be as open and transparent as possible.

We use GRI Reporting Guidelines as guiding principles for our sustainability reporting. In addition, as a signatory of the UN Global Compact, we report the company's sustainability performance every year and in our Annual and Sustainability Report we disclose our climate-related risks and opportunities in accordance with recommendations of the Task Force on Climate related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). We engage with several sustainability rating agencies and we have also joined the Green Asset Wallet platform to support the transparency on the green bond market.

Sustainability ratings are becoming an increasingly important consideration for investors as well as for business customers choosing energy suppliers. Vattenfall is proud to be highly ranked for its sustainability performance by a number of ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) rating agencies. For more information, please visit the ESG page.

Global reporting initiative

Annual and sustainability report 2021

Vattenfall's Annual and sustainability report provides financial, sustainability and corporate governance information.

THE EDIT – a different perspective

This year we invited people with different backgrounds to share their views on some of the big topics from our Annual and Sustainability Report 2021.

Previous annual and sustainability reports

Related content

The sustainability policy and governance measures are part of our management system.

We engage with our stakeholders to understand their concerns and expectations on us.

We are responsible for respecting all internationally recognised human rights agreements.

See also

We have decided to make the biggest leap yet to reduce the impact of climate change.

Vattenfall is investing in a greater share of renewable generation.

Vattenfall is a part of, and a partner to, society.