Vattenfall’s entry into the Polish market
GRIN Verlag, Jun 26, 2007 - Business & Economics - 13 pages
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2006 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,7, Helsinki School of Economics, course: Vattenfall’s entry into the polish market, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Basic facts about the company Vattenfall is a state-owned company. It is wholly owned by the Swedish government. Today Vattenfall is the fifth largest electricity producer in Europe and the largest generator of heat.1 It acts in all parts of the electricity value chain: Vattenfall is active in electricity trading and generates, distributes and sells heat as well as it is active in services and consulting for the energy sector. Vattenfall has directly or indirectly 5 million customers and is active in Sweden and Finland as well as in Germany, the Baltic countries [...]
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Abraha active in electricity Akmal Baltic Birth of Vattenfall cable Central Europe challenge for Vattenfall Challenges and surprises changing legislation consolidate countries cultural differences Datamonitor www.datamonitor.com deregulation Desalegn Despite problems electricity trading entry mode Europe's big guns expand its business focus on Poland formal and informal formal institutions grid companies heat and power history of Vattenfall http://www.wbj.pl/cf/cf_sn_05/articles/1.htm impact of formal impact of informal impact on Vattenfall’s increase its market informal institutions invest in Poland investor Issue 17 largest electricity market share operations in Poland opportunities for Vattenfall Ostrowski Energy Utility Polish economy Polish electricity market Polish market Polish Power Grid power plant power privatisation power system present in Poland privatisation and liberalisation privatisation in Poland problems with power regulations Royal Waterfall Board Selection of entry strategy Sweden Swedish government Swedish power Three joint ventures Ustka Energy Utility Vattenfall started planning Vattenfall was chosen Vattenfall with focus Vattenfall’s operations Warsaw packed