Vattenfall eyes opportunities in Swedish nuclear bet

Swedish officials are planning to increase nuclear energy to offset the energy crisis – which might change investment plans for the state-owned utility, which is already looking into extending reactor life spans and capacity increases.
Anna Borg, CEO of Vattenfall | Photo: Vattenfall
Anna Borg, CEO of Vattenfall | Photo: Vattenfall
by anne filbert, translated by daniel pedersen

As many countries have gradually chosen to shut down nuclear power plants, Sweden has decided to go in the opposite direction – and now state-owned Vattenfall is open to new investments in the energy source, which had been meant to gear down.

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