Files  |  22 January 2009

Lars G. Josefsson: ‘Politicians must deliver the policy framework’

by Reiner Gatermann

Vattenfall, the Swedish state owned utility, developed from the biggest national player to the fifth biggest one in Europe. Its ceo Lars G. Josefsson has commanded a leading role in the global debate on sustainable energy. He believes the market can and should deliver a sustainable energy future, but this will only happen if politicians set a stable and consistent policy framework.

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