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Vattenfall enters the British electricity market

The Swedish energy company is following Dong Energy into the British electricity market with the sale of offshore energy in power purchase agreements.

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Swedish firm Vattenfall will take up the fight on the British electricity market. The state-owned energy company will also attempt to sell electricity directly from its British offshore wind projects to major business customers, says Vattenfall in a press release.

"This is the first time that Vattenfall is making a B2B retail offering in the UK," says Anna Borg, Vattenfall's Head of Business Area Markets, in the statement.

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