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SWEDEN: State-owned utility and developer Vattenfall will create 130 new jobs in its renewables activities over the next year, with a focus on wind.
SWEDEN: In its aim to become 100% reliant on renewable power by 2040, Sweden's political parties have agreed to end grid connection fees for offshore projects.
SWEDEN: Vattenfall has reported a 7% year-on-year increase in pre-tax earnings in its first quarter of 2016, with its wind business increasing by 12.7%.
SWEDEN: Utility Vattenfall's wind division EBITDA increased 22.5% in 2015, while the group recorded a SEK 23 billion (€2.5 billion) operating loss in its financial year due to impairment losses in its lignite, nuclear and coal businesses.
SWEDEN: Vattenfall has started dismantling the 10MW Yttre Stengrund offshore project, off the coast of south-east Sweden.
SWEDEN: A group of Swedish onshore wind companies and landowners have warned against offshore wind being offered special treatment when the country's support system is reformed.
SWEDEN: Swedish utility Vattenfall's wind unit has posted an increased earnings in the first half of 2015, despite the group recording a SEK 29.7 billion (€3.2 billion) loss.
SWEDEN: Following a general election last year, Sweden's new government is ready to redesign the system for offshore support.
SWEDEN: Vattenfall has announced an underlying operating profit of SEK 24.1 billion (€254 million) for 2014, SEK 4 billion less than in 2013.