June 27, 2008

Vattenfall Now Provides Broadcast Quality Footage to Download Free of Charge

STOCKHOLM, June 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Vattenfall, the European energy company, announces a new downloadable footage service for broadcast journalists, launching 27 June, 2008.

To view the Multimedia News Release, please click: http://mnr2.world-television.com/vattenfall/421/

Within the Press and News section of its website, under Video Gallery journalists can now immediately view and download, free of charge, broadcast-quality (MPEG2) footage. This includes B-Roll footage covering Vattenfall's business and operations in its markets in Europe: Germany, Poland and the Nordic region.

Journalists can search quickly and easily for relevant footage, which can be viewed prior to download via the streaming preview function.

All videos within the archive are fully shot-listed (BBC standard) and supported by introductory text and scripts.

   The press footage materials now available to download include:   Generation  

Vattenfall's main power generation sources, including hydro power, nuclear power, fossil fuel and wind power.


Heat production and district heating by biofuel, using waste, peat, coal and natural gas.

Mining and recultivation

Video clips showing the daily work in an open-cast mine, and growing recultivated areas.

Network Operations

Video clips of our network operations, construction work and meter reading.


Video clips of our electricity trading operations on the European market, as well as for the Nordic region.

   Customer service   Video clips of our customer service meetings and Call Centres   Senior group executives   Video clips showing our senior group executives.   Headquarters  

Video clips of our business group headquarters in Germany, Poland and the Nordic region.

Notes to Editors

The Video Gallery can be reached via the Press and News Pages at http://www.vattenfall.com/videogallery


CONTACT: For further information or additional visual materials,journalists may call our Press Office at +46-8-739-50-10 (Stockholm) or [email protected]