Sweden’s state-owned energy giant Vattenfall will be allowed to sell its German coal operations.
As reported by The Local, the company’s coal operations employ 8,000 people and represent about one-tenth of Vattenfall's power production in Germany, where it is the third-largest energy supplier.
“The government supports the proposed transfer of Vattenfall's coal operations,” Sweden’s Industry Minister Mikael Damberg told a press conference. “Vattenfall is on the way to becoming a climate-ne...
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