Vattenfall’s power plants

Vattenfall is a European energy company. Get to know Vattenfall’s power plants and the facts about how much electricity and heat we are producing. Welcome to explore our power plants and how it is done – close to you and around Europe.

About Vattenfall’s production

We produce heat and electricity from six energy sources; wind, hydro, biomass, nuclear, coal and gas. To continuously and reliably deliver energy to our society we need a variety of energy sources. We concentrate on improving sustainable solutions and low-emission production.

Our biggest wind farms

Thanet Offshore Wind Farm

Thanet

Construction of Thanet Offshore Wind Farm was completed in September 2010 and it is currently one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms.
Sandbank

Sandbank

The offshore wind farm Sandbank is the second major wind power project in the German North Sea by Vattenfall.
DanTysk

DanTysk

Green energy from the North Sea off the German coast. The DanTysk offshore wind farm, situated west of the island of Sylt and directly on the German-...

Our largest power plants

Jänschwalde

Jänschwalde

Jänschwalde Power Plant is located near the city of Peitz in Brandenburg, a few kilometres from the German-Polish border. Jänschwalde Power Plant is...
Boxberg Power Plant

Boxberg

Boxberg power plant and the surrounding open-cast mines have long been important to the supply of energy in Germany, as well as to the people and the...
Moorburg

Moorburg

Just south of Hamburg is one of the world 's most modern coal power plants that also have excellent environmental performance. This new power...

Most viewed power plants

Boxberg Power Plant
Germany
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Moorburg
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Jänschwalde
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Forsmark
Sweden
Ringhals
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Brunsbüttel
Germany
Reuter West
Germany
Goldisthal Pumped-storage Power Plant
Germany