Vattenfall, headquartered in Sweden, is amongst Europe’s leading energy companies. Most of Vattenfall’s power plants are located in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands. The company’s electricity generation consists mainly of fossil fuels (48%), predominantly in Germany, the Netherlands and UK, and nuclear power (29%), predominantly in the Nordics. Vattenfall is 100% owned by the Swedish state.
The company is not listed on the stock market and finances itself through external loans mainly in the form of corporate bonds.
Investor information correct as at publication of Dirty Profits 3.