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Vattenfall: looking good for Veag

Published By Datamonitor
06 Nov 2000
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Vattenfall: going Dutch for 'super league' dreams

In line with its European expansion plans, Sweden's Vattenfall looks set to add the Netherlands to its growing presence outside its core Nordic market and to beef up its existing assets in Germany and Poland, according to Platts Commodity News. However, the company needs to remember that different markets require different entry strategies.

Published By Datamonitor
25 Jul 2005
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Vattenfall: finally hitting the number three mark

Vattenfall has been fighting for Bewag for over a year now. Winning control establishes the Swedish firm, which will trade as Neue Kraft, as Germany's third-largest utility behind the giants E.ON and RWE. With total sales volumes of 115TWh, Neue Kraft could put up a serious challenge to the market leaders.

Published By Datamonitor
04 Dec 2001
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Vattenfall: emissions trading clarity needed to drive green power plant development

Vattenfall has updated its vision of the carbon free power plant of the future, where carbon dioxide emissions are collected, liquefied and stored underground. It is likely that more firms would be experimenting in this manner were there greater security in EU emissions trading, which is the mechanism that companies would use to recover their additional costs.

Published By Datamonitor
23 May 2005
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Vattenfall: building strength in northern Europe

Published By Datamonitor
19 Jun 2001
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Vattenfall: a likely super-league star

Having been expanding outside of its core Nordic market for several years now, Vattenfall wants to take its expansion strategy to the next level. With a target market share of 10% in Europe as a whole, the Swedish energy giant wants to become one of the key players in the region's emerging utility super-league and is well placed to realize its plans.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Nov 2004
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Vattenfall/Mirant: Neue Kraft a strong partnership

Published By Datamonitor
27 Jun 2001
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Vattenfall Europe: where next for growth?

Plans by German electricity grid owners Vattenfall, RWE [RWE.F] and EnBW [EBK.F] for price hikes of over 20% have prompted an investigation by the cartel office. Vattenfall is also currently exiting the Dutch power supply market. Taken together, these developments raise several questions over Vattenfall's current European positioning.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Sep 2004
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Vattenfall Europe: step on the gas

Vattenfall's CEO has seemingly confirmed the company's desire to move into the German gas sector. Vattenfall's existing electricity operation in the country accounts for 60% of its consolidated annual revenues. Having established itself as the third largest player in German power, gas is the logical next step to continue strong profit growth.

Published By Datamonitor
07 May 2004
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Utility switching: the weakest link

Energywatch receives over 50,000 complaints a year from consumers experiencing difficulties as a result of failures in the transfer process. This is likely to be only the tip of the iceberg, and has an impact upon acquisition costs and customer development potential.

Published By Datamonitor
08 Apr 2003

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